James T. Aubrey


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Berle Adams

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Berle Adams on a contentious negotiation with CBS President James T. Aubrey
01:34

Steve Allen

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Steve Allen on his thoughts on colleagues through the years - Jim Aubrey
00:50

Richard Bare

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Richard L. Bare on making the movie Wicked, Wicked at MGM with Jim Aubrey
07:10

Michael Dann

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Michael Dann on his opinion of Jim Aubrey
03:58
Michael Dann on CBS' Frank Stanton and William Paley and the firing of Jim Aubrey
01:49
Michael Dann on Jim Aubrey not liking The Defenders
06:33

Sam Denoff

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Sam Denoff on Jim Aubrey not understanding the need for "Rob Petrie" to be a comedy writer
00:30

Louis Dorfsman

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Louis Dorfsman on dealing with the higher ups at CBS including Frank Stanton, William S. Paley, and James T. Aubrey and creating a book about football on CBS
09:33

Irving Fein

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Irving Fein on The Jack Benny Program going off the air after switching to NBC
02:22

John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on the end of the Golden Age of Television
01:24

Chuck Fries

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Chuck Fries on various people he's worked with in his career: James T. Aubrey
00:26

William Froug

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William Froug on CBS President Jim Aubrey and his dislike of The Twilight Zone
02:39
William Froug on being offered the job of Vice President of Programming at CBS, Jim Aubrey getting fired, and Mike Dann coming in
03:14

James Garner

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James Garner on various people with whom he's worked in his career - James T. Aubrey
00:49

Greg Garrison

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Greg Garrison on working with Hubbell Robinson and Jim Aubrey, and on making a deal to direct The Judy Garland Show and The Keefe Brasselle Show
07:41

Frank Gifford

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Frank Gifford on impressions of Bill MacPhail and James T. Aubrey at CBS
02:05

Paul Henning

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Paul Henning on CBS' Jim Aubrey immediately picking up The Beverly Hillbillies
02:15
Paul Henning on Jim Aubrey offering him a chance for a third series, which became Green Acres
02:08
Paul Henning on his thoughts on people with whom he's worked - Jim Aubrey
00:28

Perry Lafferty

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Perry Lafferty on James T. Aubrey and William S. Paley
02:50

Richard Lewis

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Richard Lewis on Burt Reynolds, John Willams, and James T. Aubrey
01:24

Anne Nelson

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Anne Nelson on working in business affairs at CBS in the late 1950, and on working with executive James T. Aubrey
04:50

Carl Reiner

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Carl Reiner on CBS President James T. Aubrey
01:14

Lee Rich

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Lee Rich of CBS President Jim Aubrey's doubts that Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. would ever make it to air
00:25
Lee Rich on working with Jim Aubrey, President of CBS
00:21
Lee Rich on working with Jim Aubrey to keep Benton & Bowles programming at CBS
01:55
Lee Rich on James Aubrey
00:18

John Rich

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John Rich on Jim Aubrey
01:07

Sherwood Schwartz

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Sherwood Schwartz on trying to sell the Gilligan's Island concept to CBS
Sherwood Schwartz on the difficulty of selling the concept of Gilligan's Island to CBS executives
11:23
On network programming strategies at CBS
04:19
Sherwood Schwartz on Jim Aubrey
01:00

Frank Stanton

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Frank Stanton on CBS President James T. Aubrey
04:22
Frank Stanton on the firing of CBS President James T. Aubrey
05:26

William Tankersley

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William Tankersley on support from CBS President Jim Aubrey
03:49
William Tankersley on peers whom he respected
00:12

Grant Tinker

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Grant Tinker on CBS' James T. Aubrey canceling The Dick Van Dyke Show after its first season, and Sheldon Leonard's reaction
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