Bonanza (1959/ Cascadia Entertainment): Bitter Water / Clay Feet (DVD)

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Bonanza (1959/ Cascadia Entertainment): Bitter Water / Clay Feet (DVD)
Bonanza (1959/ Cascadia Entertainment): Bitter Water / Clay Feet




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Won 3 Primetime Emmys, 9 wins & 16 nominations total


Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, Dan Blocker

Series Produced by

David Dortort, Jim Lane, Richard Collins, John Hawkins, Thomas Thompson, Robert Blees, Robert Stillman

Series Music by

David Rose, Harry Sukman, Walter Scharf, Fred Steiner, Jack Lloyd

Series Cinematography by

Haskell B. Boggs, William P. Whitley, Ted Voigtlander, Lester Shorr, Walter Castle, William E. Snyder, Harkness Smith, Bert Glennon

Series Film Editing by

Marvin Coil, Ellsworth Hoagland, Everett Douglas, Jack Harnish, Danny B. Landres, Richard L. Van Enger, George Watters, George A. Gittens, Edward Haire, Archie Marshek, Harry Coswick, Otho Lovering, Daniel A. Nathan, Arthur P. Schmidt, Maurice Harnish, Edward Warschilka, Robert Gutknecht

Series Casting By

Joe Scully, William Maybery

Series Art Direction by

A. Earl Hedrick, Hal Pereira, E. Preston Ames, Carl Anderson, George Renne

Series Set Decoration by

Grace Gregory, Sam Comer, Robert R. Benton, Bob Signorelli, Ray Moyer, F. Keogh Gleason, Don Greenwood Jr., Armor Marlowe

Series Makeup Department

Nellie Manley, Wally Westmore, Jeanette Marvin, Marvin C. Thompson, Abe Haberman, Beau Wilson

Series Production Management

Kent McCray, Donald R. Daves, Andrew J. Durkus, John Banse, Dick Mang-Shiu Look, Jim Lane, Don Robb, Jack Ballard, Donald C. Klune

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Ralph E. Black, Donald R. Daves, Wilbur D Arcy, Charles R. Scott Jr., John Burch, Miles Middough, Clancy Herne, Bud Brill, Walter Daniels, Daniel McCauley, Jack Voglin, Nathan Barragar, John Barnwell, Ned Dobson, Donald Roberts, Dale Hutchinson, George Walls, Sherry Shourds, Henry Wills

Series Art Department

Dwight Thompson, Donald P. Desmond, Robert Ayres

Series Sound Department

Joel Moss, Lyle Figland, Harley Ramsey, Richard Weaver, Winston H. Leverett, John Wilkinson, Jack F. Lilly, Harold Lewis, Harry Lindgren, Hugo Grenzbach, Bill Wistrom

Series Special Effects by

Johnny Borgese

Series Visual Effects by

Farciot Edouart, Irmin Roberts

Series Stunts

Bob Miles, Bill Clark, Henry Wills, Jesse Wayne, Diamond Farnsworth, Bob Herron, Hal Burton, Alex Sharp, Troy Melton, Bob Hoy, Bobby Somers, Fred Carson, Jack N. Young, Buddy Van Horn, Carol Daniels, Jerry Summers, Robert Renegade Renneke, Jack Perkins, Jerry Brutsche, Whitey Hughes, Eddie Juaregui, Jack Williams, Roy Jenson, Gene LeBell, David Sharpe, Ray Mazy

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Richard Debolt, Wilbur Kinnett, Elmer Faubion, Vic Jones, Allan Lum Li, Dick Colean, James V. King

Series Casting Department

William Maybery, Milt Hamerman, Frank Kennedy

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department

Dario Piazza, Floydine Alexander, Andy Matyasi

Series Editorial Department

Edward P. Ancona Jr., Bill Wistrom, Marvin Coil, Alex Quiroga, Allan Lum Li

Series Music Department

Paul McLarind, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston, Carl Fortina, Edna Bullock, William Lava, David Rose, George C. Villaseñor, Raoul Kraushaar, Sidney Fine, Joe Lubin, Harry Sukman, Robert Bain, Milt Holland, Tommy Tedesco, Buddy Baker, Marni Nixon

Series Script and Continuity Department

May Wale Brown, Erika Wernher

Series Transportation Department

Frank Khoury

Series Additional Crew

Frank Cleaver, Robert Stillman, John Hawkins, Thomas Thompson, John S. Peters, Denne Bart Petitclerc, Jim Lane, Ward Hawkins, Richard P. McDonagh, Allan Lum Li, Patricia Falken Smith, Laurence Heath, Edward W. Walsh, Jo Pagano, Brian McKay, Sidney Marshall, Ralph McCutcheon, Jack B. Sowards, William D. Gordon, Anthony Wilson, William Douglas Lansford, Clyde Ware, Miriam Nelson, Harry E. Cook, Dave Kashner, Patricia Denise, Robert Davenport, Martha Manor, Ralph Helfer, Tom Panko, Adrian Crossett, Ron Oxley




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Bonanza is an American Western television series that ran on NBC from September 12, 1959, to January 16, 1973. Lasting 14 seasons and 431 episodes, Bonanza is NBC s longest-running western, the second-longest-running western series on U.S. network television (behind CBS s Gunsmoke), and within the top 10 longest-running, live-action American series. The show continues to air in syndication. The show is set in the 1860s and centers on the wealthy Cartwright family, who live in the vicinity of Virginia City, Nevada, bordering Lake Tahoe. The series initially starred Lorne Greene, Pernell Roberts, Dan Blocker and Michael Landon and later featured (at various times) Guy Williams, David Canary, Mitch Vogel and Tim Matheson. The show is known for presenting pressing moral dilemmas.

The title Bonanza is a term used by miners in regard to a large vein or deposit of silver ore, from Spanish bonanza (prosperity) and commonly refers to the 1859 revelation of the Comstock Lode of rich silver ore mines under the town of Virginia City, not far from the fictional Ponderosa Ranch that the Cartwright family operated. The show s theme song, also titled Bonanza , became a hit song. Only instrumental renditions, absent Ray Evans lyrics, were used during the series s long run.

In 2002, Bonanza was ranked No. 43 on TV Guide s 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time, and in 2013 TV Guide included it in its list of The 60 Greatest Dramas of All Time. The time period for the television series is roughly between 1861 (Season 1) and 1867 (Season 13) during and shortly after the American Civil War, coinciding with the period Nevada Territory became a U.S. state.

During the summer of 1972, NBC aired reruns of episodes from the 1967–1970 period in prime time on Tuesday evening under the title Ponderosa.


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