#23 – Television & Film Director Jerry London: From “I Love Lucy” to “Shogun”

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Jerry London

Jerry London

Director Jerry London is one of Hollywood’s most esteemed film directors. With hundreds of primetime television series, movies, and mega-miniseries to his credit, Jerry tells how he broke into show business as an apprentice film editor, and shares incredible stories about working closely with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, as well as his generation’s major Hollywood stars.

 

Jerry and Clint Eastwood

Jerry and Clint Eastwood

Jerry describes his early directing gigs and how he transitioned to the world of  movies and miniseries, ultimately becoming the creative force behind such memorable productions as The Scarlet and the Black, Chicago Story, Women in White, Escapade, Wheels, and the longest, most critically acclaimed miniseries of its time, Shogun.

Richard Burton, Faye Dunaway, Jerry London

Richard Burton, Faye Dunaway, Jerry London

 

 

 

 

 

Jerry London’s behind-the-scenes stories, his advice to aspiring filmmakers, and his personal impressions of the many stars he worked with (Burt Reynolds, Doris Day, Angie Dickenson, Rock Hudson, Lee Remick, James Garner, Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood, Richard Chamberlain), make this an episode you won’t forget!

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