REVENGE.--Reposting my comment from the HOLLYWOOD ELSEWHERE site.
Scott McKenzie, whose passing was also reported Sunday, had a gigantic hit in 1967 called "San Francisco (be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair"). The song, written by John Phillips of The Mamas And The Papas, popularized the ethos of gentle hippie Utopia for AM-radio listeners. McKenzie also co-wrote another massive hit from 1988--The Beach Boys' "Kokomo."
I best remember William Windom as the genial star of MY WORLD (AND WELCOME TO IT); Windom's cartoonist/humorist character was a fictionalized version of James Thurber. The series combined adaptations of Thurber material with more conventional family comedy, but was too out-of-the-box for TV in 1969-1970, running a single season on NBC--plus being rerun as a summer replacement two or three years later on CBS.