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August 25, 1991 | SUSAN KING, Susan King is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times' TV Times.
Charles S. Dutton's dark sunglasses couldn't mask the fact something was troubling him. The afternoon after the first taping of his new Fox-TV comedy series "Roc," Dutton, a former boxer who is built like a vintage Buick, was sitting at the table on "Roc's" shabby kitchen set, shaking his shaved head. Most of the cast and crew had left for the day.
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August 18, 1992 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On Sunday at 5:58 p.m. and 24 seconds--give or take a few--Charles Dutton, star of Fox's "Roc," walked offstage and up a small flight of stairs on Stage 4 of the Hollywood Center Studios, stopped and heaved a big sigh of relief. About 25 seconds later, in a control room a short distance away, Stan Lathan, director of the situation comedy, could be heard breathing the same kind of sigh.
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August 18, 1992 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On Sunday at 5:58 p.m. and 24 seconds--give or take a few--Charles Dutton, star of Fox's "Roc," walked offstage and up a small flight of stairs on Stage 4 of the Hollywood Center Studios, stopped and heaved a big sigh of relief. About 25 seconds later, in a control room a short distance away, Stan Lathan, director of the situation comedy, could be heard breathing the same kind of sigh.
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August 25, 1991 | SUSAN KING, Susan King is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times' TV Times.
Charles S. Dutton's dark sunglasses couldn't mask the fact something was troubling him. The afternoon after the first taping of his new Fox-TV comedy series "Roc," Dutton, a former boxer who is built like a vintage Buick, was sitting at the table on "Roc's" shabby kitchen set, shaking his shaved head. Most of the cast and crew had left for the day.
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