Q: What is your favorite Voyage episode?
Difficult to say, but probably THE WEREWOLF.
Q: How did you get along
with the Voyage cast? Was there anyone you
liked or disliked
more than others?
well. I don't recall any serious friction. It wouldn't be fair
to say I liked any over than the others but I had tremendous respect for
Richard Basehart as an actor. And of course I like him as a person, too.
Q: Was there any guest
star you enjoyed working with?
A: No one in particular. I
seldom had much to do with guest stars as I recall.
Q: How did you like
your role on Voyage. Was there anything you would have
change given the chance?
A: I enjoyed it. I would have
liked to have more to do is all.
Q: How did you get the role on
Voyage? Did you audition or were you chosen on the basis of your
A: I knew one of the associate producers who
called me in on the basis of my previous work.
Q: Are there any
funny or unusual moments, you still remember, which occurred during
A: Sorry, no one specific incident. The funniest
reoccurring moment was throwing ourselves
from one side of the set to the other as the camera
was tilted from side to side to give the illusion of the sub being tossed about. It felt and looked silly
doing it, but it looked great on TV.
Q: Is there a Voyage outtake
A: Not that I know of.
Q: Did the Doctor have a
Q: Did you like doing Voyage?
Yes, it was nice semi-regular work.
Q: Did you like the show when
it dealt with serious stories or when it dealt
with monsters and outer
A: At the time we all preferred the serious
scripts. But the monsters were fun to
watch -- and still
Q: Have you seen any of the cast since the series
A: I have
run into Richard Basehart a number of times, including the time he guested
on "Little House." Also have seen David Hedison several times and a couple of the other fellas.
Don't see them socially other than by accident.
Q: How did you
like working for Irwin Allen?
A: Fine. But in four years
I never really knew him. Never was formally introduced. Strange