Doug McIntyre

Radio Host · Columnist · TV/Film Writer-Producer · Event Emcee

Radio Host · Columnist · TV/Film Writer-Producer · Event Emcee


"TRYING TO GET GOOD - The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon" is a documentary depicting the life and times of jazz great, Jack Sheldon. Leonard Maltin of Entertainment Tonight calls this film "compelling and highly entertaining". Many know Jack Sheldon as the indelible voice on SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK, or as Merv Griffin's trumpet-wielding side-kick on the Merv Griffin Show.
Would you give up everything to follow a Zen master? Filmmaker Penny Peyser journeyed to the Stillpoint Meditation Center to reconnect with her sister and discovered a fascinating, eclectic group of seekers who had chosen an ascetic lifestyle in the search for enlightenment.
Distinguished Speaker series John Cleese discusses his complete lack of musical ability and how he ended up starring in the Broadway musical 'Half a Sixpence'
Our jazz documentary, TRYING TO GET GOOD - The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon, premiered in Los Angeles on March 5th at the Majestic Crest Theatre.
May 7, 2009 - 790 KABC helped celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Dodger's first championship as a Los Angeles team. 30,000 1959-style transistor radios were given away, and Doug McIntyre, host of KABC's McIntyre in the Morning Show, threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

This is a favorite of mine. Groucho Marx at the 1968 TONY Awards complaining and being a general pest.

Peter Ustinov introduces Diahann Carroll and Groucho Marx as presenters at the 1968 Tony Awards who award Tonys to Robert Goulet, Leslie Uggams and Patricia Routledge.