Visual Effects & Animation
Oversaw the comedy "Laugh In"
Married Jo Stafford
Became west coast director of artists and repertoire at Columbia Records
Musical director for Capitol Records
Co-wrote band arrangement for "Holiday Inn" with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire
Moved to Hollywood to work for the Bob Crosby Orchestra
Became official arranger when Tommy Dorsey took over Hayme's orchestra; wrote arrangements for "Song of India", "Star Dust" and Night and Day"
Sold his first arrangment to Joe Hayme's orchestra
Worked at CBS with Jonathan Winters and Jim Nabors
Hired a the musical arranger for "Fleischman Hour" on the radio by Rudy Vallee
Musical director of the "Bob Newhart Show"
Musical director for "Disney on Parade"for three years
Ran Corinthian Records which distributed his and Stafford's Capitol and Columbia albums
Musical director for NBC-TV
Retired from TV in the 1970s