"You don't need a parachute to skydive. You only need a parachute to skydive twice" (Old Skydiver Joke)
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However, his talent sometimes caused him trouble - such as the Skydiving Hulk episode we were now discussing.
All that changed when the show ended and it is my understanding that they remained friends until Bixby’s untimely demise.
He used to joke: "Didn’t know that airplanes actually landed until I mustered out."
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Jim Hirsch And Karen Harris
And we worked out some scenes with very tight shots so they only had to build a tiny piece of the bleachers, filled with our own people, that they could match to the stock footage. And so on.
In the end, you couldn’t tell that a plane never once took off, that no one ever was in an airplane, much less jumped out of one.
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Venice Boardwalk Circa 1969