In 1960 New York City - the high-powered and glamorous "Golden Age" of advertising - Don Draper, the biggest ad man in the business, struggles to stay a step ahead of the rapidly changing times and the young executives nipping at his heels. Written by
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Among its unique rehearsal and filming elements, the series never used any walkthroughs or other practice elements for its scenes. The cast and crew would do a read-through of each episode and then immediately begin shooting the scenes they'd just discussed. Matthew Weiner also did not like re-shoots and the show avoided them unless they had no choice but to use them; most of the scenes for the show's entire run are in fact 1st takes. See more
The pilot shows Don walking upstairs to see the kids in their bedroom. In the rest of the episodes in the Ossing house, Don and Betty's bedroom is on the second floor. The exterior shot of the house shows it to be a two-story house with a third story with dormer windows. The exterior shots of the later house is different -- although both are white with red front doors -- two story with no dormers. See more
A man like you I'd follow into combat blindfolded, and I wouldn't be the first. Am I right, buddy?
Let's take it a little slower. I don't want to wake up pregnant.
The Twenty-Third Floor
Performed by David Carbonara See more