"I did some things that were widely imitated. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That was flattering to me. 'Maverick' was imitated, 'The Fugitive' was imitated. I did all right. I had a great time."
About This Interview
In his five-hour Archive interview, Roy Huggins (1914-2002) vividly recalls what it was like to work at Warner Brothers, the first Hollywood studio to go into regular TV series production. He discusses first making his mark as producer and writer for Cheyenne. He also tells the stories behind his creation of such memorable shows as Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip, The Fugitive, The Lawyers, Baretta and The Rockford Files. Lee Goldberg conducted the interview in Brentwood, CA on July 21, 1998.