This television magazine rticle appeared in a 1983 edition of TVG and highlights the challenges Jack faced in his career with QME and the joy of rest and relaxation after a production on Quincy hampered his style with the need to be nearby Los Angeles all the time.
St. Louis television fans in October of 1976 might have had a bit of a loss if they were looking for anything based on the gritty crime dramas we have today. While there might have been only a few television channels to focus in on, noteworthy
This is a new section in the Examiner dedicated to all of the older advertisements found back in the day in Newspaper and TVG issues promoting the series when it aired. Thanks to a long time close Klugman friend for sending us these for review and inclusion on our website! These will also appear in […]
I just heard during today’s WNBC-TV broadcast of the 94th Thanksgiving Day Parade that all 10 seasons of Columbo and 12 seasons of Murder, She Wrote will be back on the air. In fact, they are already online along with quite a few past NBC small screen comedies available for on-demand streaming in all its […]
Often we are told that help comes to us in a variety of ways – none of which we see or know about ahead of time. Just last evening, I was watching the following YouTube commercial that may have been one of Jack Klugman’s last as he comments about the sanctity and quality of life […]
In case you might have missed Nick-At-Nite’s “Odd Couple On Ice” Marathon this past summer, here’s the transcript from the June 3, 1997 America Online Chat with Jack Klugman and Tony Randall!