Los Angeles Times
January 31, 2019
September 7, 1924 - January 22, 2019 Died January 22nd in Los Angeles, CA, at the age of 94. Playwright (The General's Other Son), Television Director/Writer (over 250 episodes including Omnibus [Leonard Bernstein, Orson Welles, Agnes De Mille], The Donna Reed Show, Maverick, The Fugitive, Family Ties [also 1st AD]), Novelist (Rough Cut), Producer (Mary Martin's original Peter Pan, Audrey Hepburn in Mayerling), veteran (World War II crash crew and disc jockey for Armed Forces Radio), Harvard graduate, and Master's in Clinical Psychology. His proudest achievement was 40 years of sobriety and the work he did with those working the 12 steps. Divorced from Bethel Leslie, predeceased by his wife Janet Carlson McCullough and grandson Andrew McCullough Jeffries. Andrew is survived by his daughter, Leslie McCullough Jeffries (Charles Jeffries), grandchildren Erin and Liam Jeffries, sister Jean M. Weir (Peter Weir), her children Brad and Liz Weir, countless friends and his beloved companion Julia Adams. Funeral will be Saturday, February 9th, 11:00 AM at All Saints Episcopal Church, 504 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to The Paralyzed Veterans of America, The Southern Poverty Law Center or the ASPCA.
Born: 9/7/1924, North Hempstead, New York, U.S.A.
Died: 1/22/2019, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Andrew McCullough’s westerns – director:
Mr. I. Magination: Annie Oakley (TV) – 1952
Maverick (TV) – 1961
Cowboy in Africa (TV) - 1967