R.I.P: Glen A. Larson

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Legendary television producer and writer Glen A. Larson died on Sunday. Larson was responsible for some of the biggest hit shows of the 70s and 80s, including Quincy, M.E., Magnum P.I., Knightrider, McCloud and Battlestar Galactica.



6 thoughts on “R.I.P: Glen A. Larson

  1. OK, I confess that I used to watch ‘Quincy’. There was no ‘CSI’ or ‘Dexter’ back then. But why did Jack Klugman always have to shout all the time? It annoyed me then, and still does. And why did all the pretty girls fancy him? He was over 60, and wore a diabolical wig. Come on…
    As for the rest of his output, enough said. Sorry he died though, nothing against him.
    Cheers Naill. Pete.

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