1962 episode written by Robert Kaufman & James S. Henerson and directed by Robert Altman, with Rick Jason, Vic Morrow, Shecky Greene, Keenan Wynn, Pierre Jalbert, Dick Peabody, Sasha Harden, Adam Williams, Richard Bakalyan, John Alonzo, Tom Skerritt, Walter Koenig et al. Music by Leonard Rosenman.
Original air date: 25 December 1962
1963 episode written by Gene Levitt and directed by Robert Altman, with Rick Jason, Vic Morrow, Serge Prieur, Pierre Jalbert, Steven Rogers, Jack Hogan, Dick Peabody, Ted Knight, Kurt Lewin, Ed Gilbert et al. Music by Leonard Rosenman. Original air date: 22 January 1963.
Combat! interviews – part 1/7:
Publicidad de cigarrillos/Cigarette advertisement: Parisienne People by Robert Altman (2001)
Broadcast between September 1959 and January 1973. Filmed by the National Broadcasting Company at Paramount Studios.
Set in Nevada in the 1860’s, Bonanza chronicled the adventures of the Cartwright family who owned a large ranch called The Ponderosa. Ben Cartwright and his three sons, Adam, Hoss, and Joe fought for what was just and decent in a time where lawlessness was common.The widowed patriarch Ben Cartwright had three sons, each by a different wife: the oldest was the urbane architect Adam Cartwright, who built the ranch house. The second was the warm and lovable giant Eric, better known by his nickname “Hoss.” And the youngest was the hotheaded and impetuous Joseph or “Little Joe.” They all lived and worked on The Ponderosa. Nearby Virginia City helped populate the episodes with guest starring characters from all over America.
Michael Landon, born, Eugene Maurice Orowitz, October 31, 1936, passed away, July 1, 1991 (age 54)
Dan Blocker, born, Bobby Don Blocker, December 10, 1928, passed away, May 13, 1972 (age 43)
Pernell Roberts, born, Pernell Elvin Roberts Jr., May 18, 1928, passed away, January 24, 2010 (age 81)
Lorne Greene, born, Lyon Chaim Green, February 12, 1915, passed away, September 11, 1987 (age 72)
Tonight’s Story “Silent Thunder”:
Angry with the way a beautiful deaf girl is treated by her father, a sheepherder living in a remote mountain cabin, Little Joe takes it upon himself to teach her sign language so they can communicate better. His plan backfires when the young woman falls in love with him and the girl’s brutish neighbor resents her lavishing attention on the youngest Cartwright.
Michael Landon … Joseph ‘Little Joe’ Cartwright
Lorne Greene … Ben Cartwright
Pernell Roberts … Adam Cartwright
Dan Blocker … Eric ‘Hoss’ Cartwright
Albert Salmi … Albie
Stella Stevens … Ann ‘Annie’ Croft
Kenneth MacKenna … Sam Croft
James Griffith … Preacher
Sherwood Price … Eb
Harry Swoger … Tom
Michael Harris … Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
Directed By Robert Altman
Created By David Dortort
Written By John Furia Jr.
Produced By David Dortort
Associate Producer Thomas Thompson
Original Music David Rose
Cinematography William E. Snyder
Film Editing By Marvin Coil
Assistant Director John Burch
Art Direction A. Earl Hedrick, Hal Piera
Set Decoration By Sam Comer, Grace Gregory
Season 2, Episode 13
Original Air Date: December 10, 1960 (USA)
Filming Locations: Paramount Studios – 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Production Co: National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
Veronica Cartwright is Molly Hark. Pamela Reed is TJ Cavanaugh.
Scenes from TANNER 88. Veronica Cartwright is Molly Hark. Richard Cox is David Seidelman. Kevin J O’Connor is Hayes Taggerty (bearded reporter). Daniel Jenkins is Stringer Kincaid (campaign manager in the green hat). Frank Barhydt is Frank Gatling (red-haired reporter). Jim Fyfe is Emile Berkoff (campaign worker in the khaki hat).
Scenes from TANNER 88. Veronica Cartwright is Molly Hark. Richard Cox is David Seidelman. Daniel Jenkins is Stringer Kincaid.
Tanner on Tanner (2004)