Henry Corden was a Canadian-born American character actor and voice artist best known for taking over the role of Fred Flintstone after Alan Reed died in 1977. Monkees fans, of course, recognize him from the group's television series where he portrayed Mr. Babbitt, the group's landlord. In this 1989 interview with Paris Stachtiaris and John Di Maio on the Headquarters radio program, Henry discusses his career, the impact of television, working with Micky's father, and his recollections of being a recurring character on The Monkees.
At the end of his interview, Peter does mention the possibility of more Monkees concerts in the fall.
Congratulations to Ken Mills, Craig Cohen, Jeff Hulit, and Craig Smith on the launch of their brand new Monkees podcast! Fans will undoubtedly enjoy "Zilch," and it's also available on iTunes.
Interview with Wayne Avers