Glen Charles


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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James L. Brooks

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James L. Brooks on working with Les Charles and Glen Charles, creators of Cheers

James Burrows

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James Burrows on forming a production company with Les and Glen Charles
James Burrows on meeting up again with Les and Glen Charles, co-creators of Cheers
James Burrows on the writers room on Cheers
James Burrows on the origin of Cheers and the characters "Sam Malone" and "Diane Chambers"
James Burrows on Les and Glen Charles wanting a black bartender for "Sam Malone" on Cheers
James Burrows on the Cheers spin-off, Frasier

Glenn Gordon Caron

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Glenn Gordon Caron on moving to California to write for Taxi and not understanding how a writers' room worked

Les Charles

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Les Charles on his relationship with his brother, Glen Charles, and deciding to become writing partners

David Isaacs

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Ken Levine and David Isaacs on the writers' room with Glen and Les Charles at Cheers and how it differed from M*A*S*H

David Lee

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David Lee on how he and Peter Casey came to write for Cheers
David Lee on becoming a producer for Cheers in 1985 and the writing process on Cheers
David Lee on his role as Supervising Producer on Cheers and his relationship with the creative staff of Cheers

Ken Levine

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Ken Levine and David Isaacs on the writers' room with Glen and Les Charles at Cheers  and how it differed from M*A*S*H

Warren Littlefield

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Warren Littlefield on the development of Cheers

Grant Tinker

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Grant Tinker on Les Charles and Glen Charles

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