Directed episodes of the NBC Western drama "The Virginian" during the 60s
Directed episodes of the popular CBS detective drama, "Magnum, P.I." During the 80s
Feature directorial debut, "The Canadians"
First feature producing credit, "Dirty Dingus Magee"
Began as a radio writer after WWII, specializing in Westerns with an often comic flavor
First feature producing credit for over 15 years, "The Trouble with Spies"
First feature writing credit, "Seven Men from Now"
First TV producing credit, as executive producer of the short-lived Western-flavored sitcom, "The Rounders"
Directed the popular Western comedy, "Support Your Local Sheriff" (1969) and its sequel, "Support Your Local Gunfighter" (1971)
Directed the three-part miniseries, "The Rhineman Exchange", a war and espionage drama
Served with the US Army; awarded Bronze Star, Silver Star, and Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster
Appeared as one of the interviewees on the TV biographical documentary, "James Cagney: Top of the World"
Co-wrote (with James Bridges) the screenplay for the Clint Eastwood film, "White Hunter, Black Heart"
Directed the premiere episode of the sophisticated comedy-mystery series, "Snoops"
Was one of five directors who worked on the short-lived NBC primetime serial drama "Yellow Rose"
Wrote and directed for the ABC Western series, "Lawman"
Wrote and directed for the ABC WWII drama series, "Combat"