Bob McCullough

'retired' TV writer-producer

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"Retired" television writer/producer whose credits include Falcon Crest and BJ and the Bear; plaintiff in an age discrimination suit brought against the studios, agencies and other entertainment companies, which recently settled for $70 million

Bob McCullough on KCRW

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