Wizards and Warriors
We sent Marko out to get us some interviews, and he came back with an
exclusive . . . with a horse, two weasels, and a newt. The cat declined to
So we sent him out again, this time with very specific instructions.
And boy, did he come through for us the second time. You'll find lots of
interviews with assorted cast and crew, gathered from all over the Internet.
Most exciting of all, among the chorus of W&W voices contained here are
none other than Tim Dunigan, a.k.a. Geoffrey Blackpool; Phyllis Katz, a.k.a.
Cassandra; James Frawley, director of the pilot (The Rescue); Peter Wooley, Production Designer; S. Bryan Hickox, Supervising Producer; Jay Kerr, a.k.a. Justin Greystone
and the creator of Wizards and Warriors - Don Reo - all of whom were kind enough to conduct exclusive interviews with
representatives of the W&W Mailing List!
Keep checking back -- you never
know who we'll hear from next. Just between you and me, they say Marko has his
eye on talking to a very important tadmon soon, by the name of Lucky . . .
- Tim Dunigan
- An exclusive interview with The
Wizards and Warriors Mailing list. Two decades later, Tim Dunigan talks
about Wizards and Warriors.
- Phyllis Katz
- The second of our exclusive
interviews with members of the W&W cast/crew. Phyllis Katz
discusses playing Cassandra, working on the set of Sherman Oaks, and
what's she's been doing lately.
- James Frawley
- The third of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew members. A behind-the-scenes look
with James Frawley, director of the pilot episode The Rescue.
- Peter Wooley
- The fourth of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew members. Production Designer Peter
Wooley gives an inside look into how the W&W sets were designed as
well as how to fit a Grox in its appointed cavern.
- S. Bryan Hickox
- The fifth of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew members. Supervising Producer S.
Bryan Hickox gives us his behind-the-scenes view of W&W, including "Wooley-isms."
- Jay Kerr
- The sixth of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew members. Jay Kerr talks to us about the
show, Justin "Case" Greystone's moral fiber and those intriguing Winslow
Sisters. Also includes a link to Kerr's Five Mile Creek interview.
- Don Reo
- The seventh of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew members. Show creator Don Reo
shares some great behind-the-scenes stories and answers questions in a much more
straightforward manner than, say, Belldonna.
- Louise Huebner
- The eighth of our exclusive
interviews with W&W cast/crew and family members. W&W show
illustrator Mentor Huebner passed away in 2001 and his widow, Louise Huebner,
recently spoke with us about his life and prolific career.
- Interviews with Bill Bixby - A great resource of quotes taken from newspaper, magazine and television interviews. Includes
Bixby's thoughts on a variety of topics, shows he appeared in and directed,
links, and photos.
Jeff Conaway (off-site)
- SciFi.com's Interview - Transcript of an on-line interview. Conaway
is questioned about Babylon 5, Wizards and Warriors, and other
topics. Mentions that his son was in a Wizards and Warriors episode.
Lee Holdridge (off-site)
- Lee Holdridge: Orchestral Magic - Vance Brawley's interview with
Holdridge (composer) - mentions the theme from Wizards and Warriors.
Includes CD cover art, links to the Lee Holdridge site, ScoreLogue, and more.
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