(executive in charge of production - 3 episodes, 1957)
(executive in charge of TV production - 1 episode, 1957)
White Man's Magic
(executive in charge of TV production, executive in charge of production)
Did You Know?
[about the role of publicity in the silent-film era] I don't know of any publicity that was truthful in those days. I was the first press agent for Warner Brothers and I knew no more about it than you know how to fly a jumbo jet. But anything I wrote and sent to the papers, they'd print. They'd print anything that had to do with movie stars. Ninety percent of it was manufactured.
Head of Warner Bros. Pictures in England during the late 1930s. William Haines
decorated the home he shared with his wife near London.