Thu, 8 November 2012
At Suzanne's prodding, Bob McCullough details his first "on the lot"
gig at Paramount Studios and confesses his never-before-revealed
secrets of life on the set of the original "Mission: Impossible".
They talk about the unique production values, Bruce Geller's
perspective on character develpoment, and how Bob befriended
the writer who had killed his wife with a pair of scissors.
It's a revealing conversation about network-studio conflicts
making early caeer moves, all with the ground-level
view of an up-and-coming Hollywood "gopher".