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Title:
Bonanza the next generation.
Author:
Ireland, John, 1914-1992.
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : Gator Home Entertainment, 2003.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (approximately 93 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
With the passing of patriarch Ben Cartwright, and with Little Joe missing in action since the Spanish-American War seven years earlier, Little Joe's wife Annabelle, his son Benj, ranch foreman Charley Poke and cook Mr. Mack must struggle to build upon Ben Cartwright's legacy and save the Ponderosa from strip miners.
General Note:
Videodisc release of the 1988 motion picture.

Special features: optional Spanish subtitles.
Language:
English
Added Corporate Author:
UPC:
039414597158
Format :
DVD

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Bonanza: The Movie originally went out as Bonanza: The Next Generation. That title accurately reflected the film's content: death and previous commitments prevented the cast of the original Bonanza TV series of 1959-1973, thus the talent roster of The Next Generation was brand-new. John Ireland took over from Lorne Greene (who signed for this movie, but died before production commenced) as the brother of Greene's character Ben Cartwright. Home from the sea, Aaron Cartwright (Ireland) stupidly turns the drilling rights to the Ponderosa over to those perennial 1980s movie villains, the "evil land developers". It's up to the sons of Adam, Little Joe and Hoss Cartwright to save the ranch (One wonders how the Cartwright boys could have had sons, given the mortality rate of their sweethearts on the old series). Michael Landon Jr., son of the original series' Little Joe, is here cast as Benj. This 1988 Bonanza TV movie sequel was supposed to have been spun off into a weekly syndicated series, but for various reasons this project never came to fruition, despite station clearance and sponsorship in virtually every major market. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi