WESTERN BONANZA DVD COLLECTION

Title: BONANZA DVD COLLECTION
Description: BONANZA DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.
Genre: Western
Price: $349.99
$169.95
Language: English
   
       
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STARRING:
Michael Land
Lorne Greene

Bonanza was an American western/cowboy television series which aired on the NBC television network from September 12, 1959 until January 16, 1973. The pilot episode was written by David Dortort, who also produced the series. He had previously produced The Restless Gun and later produced The High Chaparral and The Cowboys, based on the feature film of the same name. Bonanza was the first hour-long network television series filmed in color. For most of its run, the main sponsor of Bonanza was Chevrolet and the stars occasionally appeared in commercials endorsing Chevrolet automobiles. All of the regular cast members had appeared in numerous stage, television and film productions before Bonanza, but none were particularly well-known.

From 1961 to 1972 Bonanza aired on Sunday nights at 9:00 PM throughout most of the United States. This time slot was crucial to the success of the show: from 1964 through 1967, the show was #1 in the yearly Nielsen ratings. In terms of longevity, the show remains NBC's second longest-running series, after Law & Order.


What an amazing DVD Set for the Bonanza Fan!

All 431 Uncut Episodes - Complete Seasons 1-14 on 113 DVDS

BONUS: INCLUDES ALL 3 MADE FOR TV BONANZA MOVIES

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • Massive Box Set containing all 113 DVDs with Custom Artwork.
  • These DVDs are region free so they will play on any DVD player Worldwide and DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide.
  • Presented in English

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Bonanza DVD complete series collection with all episodes and seasons on DVDs


Here is one more option that you may look into when it comes to American Western TV shows " Bonanza. The show aired on NBC starting September 1959 up to January 1973. There were for about 431 episodes and 14 seasons for this particular American Western TV series. This is also the reason why it has been the longest running in this series.

Bonanza focuses on the story of the Cartwright family living near the Lake Tahoe vicinity. The stars of the show include Pernell Roberts, Michael Landon, David Canary, Lorne Greene and Dan Blocker. Bonanza made history on the weekly adventures of the family itself which is headed by Ben Cartwright being portrayed by Lorne Greene himself.

The main character had three sons from various wives and the eldest was named Adam Cartwright being portrayed by Pernell Roberts who then help build the house and the ranch. Next is the lovable giant as they call him Eric or “Hoss” who was portrayed by Dan Blocker. The youngest among the three is Joseph or "Little Joe" who was portrayed by Michael Landon.

Another character in the series includes the family cook who is a Chinese immigrant and his name is Hop Sing which was portrayed then by Victor Sen Yung. Bonanza was a series that portrayed the typical life of western individuals during that time. The focus on the story was more about Ben having to raise three sons having different ways and attitudes.

Bonanza is actually the first series that you will encounter where there was a week per week solving of troubles and family issues. It is one interesting drama series since it made its attempt to confront various social issues to date. Many would say that this is one challenging task to do on TV. There are a lot of shows who actually tried doing this but never became successful by even trying.

As the time passes, the show became more and more popular that producers tried displaying one character to another on various shows. This then successfully helped the writers as well as the directors when it comes to creating that outline of characters that fans can relate to each.