In 1973 he served as co-executive producer for an unsold television series pilot for ABC called "Stone." The series starred Robert Hooks
as a highly paid African-American private detective headquartered in Southern California.
In 1974 he served as co-executive producer for an unsold sitcom pilot for ABC called "The Fireman's Ball." The plot concerned the misadventures of a group of San Francisco firemen. ABC liked the concept enough to recast and re-shoot another pilot in 1975, with Johnny Brown
and David Ketchum
the only returning actors, but the network decided not to pick it up for their fall line-up when the audience reaction to its 1975 airing was decidedly cool.
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