October 16, 2011

Today is special day for our friend Ralph Senensky.  If you visit this space regularly, you know that Ralph is a former television director of some note as well as a blogger and an occasional commenter here.  Today is the fiftieth anniversary of Ralph’s debut as a television director.  On October 16, 1961, he stepped onto the set for the first day of shooting on his first television episode, a Dr. Kildare called “Johnny Temple.”  Congratulations, Ralph!

As it happens, today also marks a milestone for the Classic TV History Blog.  WordPress tells me that this is my 200th post.  It’s been almost four years, and I haven’t been cancelled yet!  This seems like a good time to thank everyone who reads this blog, especially the subscribers and the commenters.  If you didn’t keep coming back, I wouldn’t bother.  There’s still a lot of television history to cover, and I guess I’ll keep doing it for a while longer.

5 Responses to “Anniversaries”

  1. Toby O'Brien Says:

    Happy anniversary! I’m glad to be a subscriber, because this blog has shown me time and again how little I know of the background to so many classics I watched growing up. Keep up the good work!

  2. Neville Ross Says:

    Happy anniversary, Steve.

  3. roadgeek6570 Says:

    His blog is excellent. I spent some time earlier today reading about his involvement with Star Trek; the way he intersperses clips with commentary really helped make his points. I look forward to reading the rest of his blog as well. I enjoy getting the background.

  4. Brian Says:

    I hope you and Senensky never stop.

  5. Hello. Here I leave with my interview with Ralph SENENSKY from my blog: Mr.Senensky me about shooting in the episode “The Train” from the first season of Mission Impossible. Senensky has been a very kind person. I hope to continue with a second part of the interview in which he let me know. In a few days you can see him again in my blog. I leave you with the links to the interview and my first encounter with RALPH SENENSKY. Thanks for visiting my blog in spanish of mission impossible.

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