(producer - 49 episodes, 1966-1968)
(executive producer - 9 episodes, 1968)
He co-created and co-produced a pilot for a proposed ABC sitcom called "Three's a Crowd". The comedy starred Bill Bixby as a man with two wives who didn't know the other existed.
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[on his film 'Hearts and Minds", which is highly critical of America's role in the Vietnam war] It shouldn't be considered a documentary. It should be considered a disaster epic, for that's what it surely is.
He formed a very successful production company with director Bob Rafelson
in the 1960s, known first as Raybert, then later as BBS Productions (for "Bert, Bob & Steve" with the addition of Steve Blauner
). He went on to win an Oscar and an Emmy. He decided to quit the business after producing
Days of Heaven