He brought us such classics as "McClintock!, The Undefeated, Cahill - US Marshal, & Hellfighters." He also directed over 90 episodes of Gunsmoke (starring James Arness, the longest running Western on TV, 116 Have Gun Will Travel, with Richard Boone portraying Paladin, and a handful of Rawhide episodes featuring a Cowboy named Rowdy Yates whom we now know as Clint Eastwood.
One of his last major works was 1982's epic mini - series "The Blue and the Grey" with Gregory Peck appearing as Abraham Lincoln.
Andrew died August 30th at his home in Harbor, Washington at the age of 94. He once said; "That directing Westerns happened totally by mistake." His mistakes sure left a lasting impression that we all grew up with and can still see today.