Interview with Rob Reiner & Larry Bishop (1967) (Updated a year ago)
KTVU News footage from December 28th 1967 featuring scenes from an interview with Rob Reiner and Larry Bishop at a nightclub in North Beach, San Francisco (possibly the hungry i club). They discuss their career aspirations and Reiner explains: "Larry wants to be an actor, primarily in films and I want to be a writer and a director." When the reporter asks them: "What do your parents think of your showbusiness endeavors?" Reiner replies: "My father [Carl Reiner] approves ... basically becuase it's what I like" and Bishop says: "My father [Joey Bishop], he really doesn't dig it too much ... I'm sure he'd like me to go into a different profession because of his experiences." Both men became notable actors, writers and directors. Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.
Added to San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive on March 30, 2016.
- Originally aired on: KTVU
- Date aired: 12/28/1967
- Recording medium: 16mm b&w magnetic sound film
- Rights for this video belong to: Cox Enterprises Inc/KTVU
- Duration: 2:03
- Type of material: local newsfilm
- KTVU 96-17.mp4 (34.28 MB – MPEG4 video)
- reiner-bishop-67.jpg (126.80 KB – JPEG image)
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