In 1967, he produced an unsold sitcom pilot for ABC called "Mrs. Thursday." Joan Blondell starred as a maid who inherits a small fortune as well as a business that she has no idea how to run.
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Dick Crenna | Richard McKenna
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[on Charles Bronson] I don't think reviews get to Charlie much, though, unless they're especially personal. In the twenty-five years or so I've known him, he's not changed much. He's his own man. Stays pretty much to himself. If he cares what other people think of him, he doesn't show it.
The June 11, 1969, and also Aug. 20, editions of Variety, in its Hollywood Production Pulse column, shows Richard Crenna starring with Robert Conrad and Tippi Hedren in the movie Seven Against Kansas, directed by David Friedkin, which started filming June 10, 1969, in Almeria, Spain. No evidence if the film was ever completed.
Rich, smoke-burnished voice