Episode 26: Doug Denoff

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On this episode of the Rarified Heir Podcast, we are talking to Broadway theatrical producer Doug Denoff whose father was part of one of the greatest comedy writing teams of all-time, Sam Denoff. Along with writing partner Bill Persky, the team of Persky and Denoff wrote an amazing amount of the show that has arguably come to be known as the greatest and most-well-loved sitcom’s in American television – the Dick Van Dyke Show. We also a deep dive into WNEW radio from the 1950s, the Friars Club, wine, TV specials, LA restaurants, Dave Frishberg, Carl Reiner, the Brooklyn Dodgers, Le Dome, Desilu Productions and Alfred Hitchcock. Plus we get the up-to-the minute take on the reopening of Broadway, the magic of seeing a musical in person and the playbook template for a successful run on Broadway from a five-time Tony-nominated producer. This is the Rarified Heir Podcast.

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