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In 1973 John joined KABC television as a writer/producer and eventually went into news management."When I was at Channel 7's news assignment desk I could get the reporters to do four stories a day.Bill went to Denver and San Francisco following KFWB where he had impressive success.He then went to Honolulu’s KHVH, was later pd of KGMB and then returned to the mainland to KNBR-San Francisco.One of his movie roles was playing James Dean's weak-willed, vacillating father in Rebel Without A Cause.
Beginning in the summer of 1957 he broadcast interviews from the upper deck of the “Big White Steamer” that crossed the channel from San Pedro to Avalon. He was briefly the announcer of the California Angels but his strength was behind the scenes.
Bill suddenly skyrocketed when he converted the routine rock-jock formula at KGBS into the "Feminine Forum." His most lasting claim in Southern California radio was that he was the first to openly address sexuality, issues of sexual intercourse and sexual preference.
By 1972 his "Feminine Forum" was syndicated in a number of major cities, simulcast in San Diego and he won the award that year. The FCC eventually concluded his show was "not obscene," but it was too late.
"Jim died July 3, 1989, of pneumonia at the age of 76.
He had suffered from Parkinson's disease for many years as the self-indulgent millionaire Thurston Howell III on Gilligan's Island for three seasons beginning in 1964.