- (1961) He directed a pilot for a proposed TV anthology series called, "Frank Capra Comedy Theater". The series never came to fruition.
- (1971) Appeared on the NBC talk show program called "Kup's Show" on June 19, 1971. Guests included playwright Tennessee Williams, Charles Evers, mayor of Fayette, Miss; Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich); Jerry Bruno discussing his campaign work with Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and Senator Robert Kennedy. Actress Carolyn Jones, film director Frank Capra, Vietnam veteran John O'Neill (an advocate of American involvement in Indochina) and author Herman Raucher (Summer of '42). This was a 90-minute program.
- (1918) teaching mathematics to artillery officers at Fort Mason in San Francisco
- (November 18 to December 31, 2016) His story, "It's A Wonderful Life: Live in Chicago!," was performed at the American Blues Theater in Chicago, Illinois. Gwendolyn Whiteside was director. Michael Mahler was music director.