If you've never heard of the television
series, HONEY VICARRO, you're not alone. The show
premiered in the fall of 1966 on ABC, and caused an uproar, it's
content outraging audiences from coast-to-coast. Triggering
hundreds of angry editorials, the condemnation of the religious
right, and threats by the FCC to suspend affiliates' broadcast
licenses, the controversial series was immediately cancelled.
Shocking as it may seem, many of the visual
characteristics we take for granted today on television --quick, MTV-style
cutting and floating verité camera--were introduced by
producer, Gavin Hurrell, in this seminal 1966 series. So,
too, were the sophisticated, mature themes and content that pushed
the boundaries of even some current pay-cable programming.
Inside, you'll find information, bios, photos,
video, fun facts, and everything there is to know about the
single most innovative and influential series ever broadcast on