In the early 1980s, editor Herb Dow, ACE was cutting TV shows for executive producer David Gerber on the Culver City lot. “It was heaven,” says Dow. “I had a corner office with a big picture window, my assistant in another room, my car parked outside.” He moved to Universal, where he found himself in a small windowless room, working on a show that drove him to distraction. The combination pushed him to tell the head of post production he’d had enough and was quitting. “He told me they were doing a new show, ‘Still The Beaver,’ in the Oakwood Apartments on this new editing machine called VidiCut,” recalls Dow. “And he asked me if I’d be interested – and I said, sure.”.
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