He wrote, produced, directed, and narrated a documentary called "Operation Breadbasket" that aired on ABC- TV on 7 July 1969. The program examined the use of boycotts as a way of obtaining jobs for African Americans.
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Robert M. Culp
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[re writer/director Richard Brooks
] Fairness, giving as much as you get, sticking to your word. Core honesty and decent behavior--Richard believed in that.
It was widely reported that Culp would have replaced Larry Hagman
as J.R. in Dallas
(1978) had Hagman decided not to return to the series because of contract negotiations. However, Culp has stated that he was never asked to play the part of J.R. and was not contacted by anyone from Dallas
(1978). At the time this took place, he was costarring as F.B.I. agent "Bill Maxwell" on ABC's The Greatest