Dick Sargent

Dick Sargent
Gangly actor with a nervous, anxious quality and a good sense of comedy, remembered for his work in TV comedies of the 1960s and early 70s, especially as the perennially frazzled spouse of nose-twitching wife-cum-witch Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery) on the popular sitcom "Bewitched". Sargent began appearing in light feature fare in the late 1950s including the teen comedy, "Bernardine" (1957) and...

Larry Peerce

Began his career as a TV director and earned critical acclaim for his feature debut, "One Potato, Two Potato" (1964), shot on a budget of only $230,000. A sensitive and compelling account of an interracial marriage, the film earned star Barbara Barrie a Best Actress award at Cannes. Peerce's subsequent film work has been erratic, though he scored another hit with "Goodbye, Columbus" (1969)...