In 1965, right after my stint on Camp Runamuck, I found myself out of a job. I went around to every department on the Columbia Pictures' lot and turned in applications. The first to respond was the Costume Department, and I began by working on a commercial. Three days on The Lucy Show followed, then I got a phone call, "Report to Goldwyn Studios at 6:00 AM tomorrow." I did, and began a two year run on TV's The Fugitive, starring David Janssen. Some priceless photos follow, as, to my knowledge, no other behind the scenes pics were ever taken.
David Janssen and his costumer, Stephen Lodge, on the set. Some of the crew are seen in the background.
David Janssen and his makeup man, Jack Wilson, on a Los Angeles location.
David Janssen is not running from, but instead, is taking direction from Barry Morse (Lt. Gerard), who was the director of this particular segment.
David Janssen, walking back to the camera, right after "Cut" had been called, ready for Take #2.
David Janssen relaxing between scenes. Note the yellow truck in the left background: this was our sound and camera truck, known as "The Goose".
Return to the Home Page