In 1965, he co-starred in an unsold pilot for a CBS dramatic series called "Mark Dolphin" that the Saturday Evening Post said was so bad it became "synonymous with total disaster in show business idiom."
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Some people making pictures in Hollywood are not outstanding for brains. How their minds work, I can't understand.
Michael Rennie joined the Royal Air Force in 1941, training as a fighter pilot in the United States under the Arnold Plan. While at Napier Field, Dothan, Alabama for his advanced flight training he was asked by fellow trainee, Scotsman Jack Morton, what he did in civilian life. Rennie told Morton and the other pilots gathered around that he was a movie actor. They stared at him in disbelief then ...