In 1957, he produced the pilot for a NBC sitcom, called "You Know Me, Al" based on the Ring Lardner
stories about a strong-armed but weak-brained baseball pitcher, played by Dick York. The series wasn't optioned by the network, however.
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He and his father produced the 1952 Broadway musical "Three Wishes for Jamie" and a year later he (alone) produced the London version of "Guys and Dolls" while building a professional relationship with the show's writers Cy Feuer
and Ernest H. Martin
. Together he associate produced with them "Can-Can," "The Boy Friend," and "Silk Stockings."