Roy Huggins


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Alan A. Armer

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Alan A. Armer on The Fugitive possibly being based on real-life events, and on series producer Roy Huggins

Richard Bare

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Richard L. Bare on working with producer Roy Huggins on the TV show, Cheyenne
Richard L. Bare on working with Roy Huggins on Maverick
Richard L. Bare on how Roy Huggins' idea for 77 Sunset Strip was turned into a series
Richard L. Bare on working with Roy Huggins on The Virginian

Stephen J. Cannell

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Stephen J. Cannell on meeting Roy Huggins
Stephen J. Cannell on what he learned from Roy Huggins
Stephen J. Cannell on creating The Rockford Files with Roy Huggins

David Chase

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David Chase on getting his first job in television, writing for the lawyer series The Bold Ones for producer Roy Huggins

James Garner

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James Garner on Maverick creator Roy Huggins
James Garner on the creation of The Rockford Files

Leonard H. Goldenson

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Leonard H. Goldenson on The Fugitive

Jeffrey Hayden

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Jeffrey Hayden on writer-producer Roy Huggins' technique and talent for writing scripts

Charles Floyd Johnson

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Charles Floyd Johnson on being a production coordinator on The Rockford Files (and on Huggins' shows Toma and Alias Smith and Jones)
Charles Floyd Johnson on tensions between Meta Rosenberg and Roy Huggins on The Rockford Files, Roy Huggins' leaving the show, and Charles getting hired as an associate producer

Leslie H. Martinson

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Leslie H. Martinson on directing Maverick  and winning an Emmy

Meta Rosenberg

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Meta Rosenberg on hiring Stephen J. Cannell and Roy Huggins for The Rockford Files

Clint Walker

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Clint Walker on the producers and showrunners of Cheyenne - Roy Huggins

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