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Gangway, Lord, (The) Here Come the Brides Book
by Jonathan Etter and Robert Brown




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Its series title mentioned women, but its top three stars were men It pioneered a new kind of story-telling with its pilot episode; its last episode was years ahead of its time. Many thought it doomed to failure - it became one of the 1968-69 season's biggest hits It was the 1968-70 ABC-TV/Screen Gems series, HERE COME THE BRIDES In 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book, ' readers will learn how the approach series star Robert Brown took to his role changed the dramatic direction of the series. They will learn of the practicality of up-and-coming television superstar David Soul. Of the extraordinary opportunity handed to leading lady Bridget Hanley through the role of New Bedford bride 'Candy Pruitt.' Featuring profiles of the series' creators, regulars and semi-regulars, a mini-history of 1960s and '70s television, and a chapter on HCTB's extraordinary and deeply devoted fan base, 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book' takes the reader back to the days of the series' original run, illustrating the show's popularity and impact on a week by week basis through a look at its competition, the appearances of its stars on talk shows and game shows, the number of fan magazine articles published on teen superstar Bobby Sherman and the rest of its cast. Including commentary and 'making of the episode' anecdotes from guest stars, guest writers, and guest directors, 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book' offers very strong evidence that the 1960s and '70s was truly THE REAL GOLDEN AGE OF TELEVISION

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Overview

Its series title mentioned women, but its top three stars were men It pioneered a new kind of story-telling with its pilot episode; its last episode was years ahead of its time. Many thought it doomed to failure - it became one of the 1968-69 season's biggest hits It was the 1968-70 ABC-TV/Screen Gems series, HERE COME THE BRIDES In 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book, ' readers will learn how the approach series star Robert Brown took to his role changed the dramatic direction of the series. They will learn of the practicality of up-and-coming television superstar David Soul. Of the extraordinary opportunity handed to leading lady Bridget Hanley through the role of New Bedford bride 'Candy Pruitt.' Featuring profiles of the series' creators, regulars and semi-regulars, a mini-history of 1960s and '70s television, and a chapter on HCTB's extraordinary and deeply devoted fan base, 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book' takes the reader back to the days of the series' original run, illustrating the show's popularity and impact on a week by week basis through a look at its competition, the appearances of its stars on talk shows and game shows, the number of fan magazine articles published on teen superstar Bobby Sherman and the rest of its cast. Including commentary and 'making of the episode' anecdotes from guest stars, guest writers, and guest directors, 'Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book' offers very strong evidence that the 1960s and '70s was truly THE REAL GOLDEN AGE OF TELEVISION


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  • ISBN-13: 9781593935061
  • ISBN-10: 1593935064
  • Publisher: BearManor Media
  • Publish Date: December 2009
  • Page Count: 642
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1.29 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.86 pounds


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