In 1968, he starred in an unsold series pilot for ABC called "What's in It for Harry" about a tough adventurer living on the French Riviera who will do most anything for a buck. The pilot was produced by Roger and Gene Corman.
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[on the success of his movie Blackboard Jungle
(1955)] "Sure, the reviews were great...but you would've thought they'd picked me up out of an ashtray, and made me a star. Hell, I'd already done Shakespeare and Chekhov and all those other cats."
The pilot episode of his TV series Combat!
(1962), was directed by Boris Sagal
. Two decades after collaborating, Sagal and Morrow would die almost exactly the same way (struck by a helicopter's rotor blade)...within a year of each other, both while shooting a movie on location. For Sagal, it was World War III
(1982); for Morrow, it was Twilight Zone: The Movie