He acted in Joshua Logan and Thomas Heggen's play, "Mister Roberts," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with John Forsythe, James Rennie, Robert Burton, Jackie Cooper, Cliff Robertson, Herbert Duffy, Frank Campanella, MIchael Reilly, Robert Keith Jr., Robert Carson, Dan Barton, Arthur P. Keegan, Harry Holsten, Frances Helm...
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[on working with Al Adamson
] I had never gotten that close personally to Al. I never disliked him, but I kept an emotional distance from him because I felt that he had excruciatingly bad taste. I wanted to reserve the right to say, "No, thanks, Al. I won't do that". So I never warmed up to him too much.
When a Los Angeles Times TV critic belittled Hawaiian Eye
(1959), Eisley wrote a letter printed in the critic's 7 December 1960 column: "I too would like to see more food for thought on television. I have children whose viewpoints will be largely affected in certain areas by their many hours gazing at the one-eyed monster. But our world is solemn enough as it is. I'd hate to limit them - or ...