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I Love Lucy – California Here I Come

California Here I Come as sung by the cast of I Really like Lucy. Copyright DesiLu Productions.

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Here Come The Brides opening theme with Vocals

I finally found the original vocals for this show, so I added them, for all fans to appreciate. The quality is low, and syncing is not best but, hopefully, it will be in the season 2 DVD, when and if, it is ever released. This is intended solely for the entertainment of this show’s fans, and as a result not intended to infringe on or violate the copyrights of any actors, writers, musicians, production companies or publishers involved. All characters, images, and music are copyright (c) of their respective firms and are used for entertainment purposes only. Here Come The Brides is licensed by Screen Gems/Columbia Photos Tv. Copyright (c) 1997 thru 2009.
Video Rating: four / five

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Here Come the Brides – The Complete First Season

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Tribute to Bobby Sherman and the 1968-70 ABC television series “Here Come The Brides” starring Robert Brown, David Soul, Bobby Sherman, Bridget Hanley and Joan Blondell. Seattle The bluest skies you have ever seen in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a gorgeous child growing up free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle When it’s time to leave your property and your loved ones It’s the hardest factor a boy can ever do And you pray that you will discover A person warm and sweet and kind But you’re not certain what’s waiting there for you The bluest skies you have ever observed in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a lovely child growing up free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle When you discover your own accurate love You will know it By her smile, by the look in her eye Scent of pine trees in the air Never knew a day so fair It makes you feel so very good That you could cry The bluest skies you’ve ever observed in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a beautiful child growing up totally free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle

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Here Come the Brides – The Complete First Season

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Here Come The Brides opening theme

Here Come The Brides opening theme

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Here Come The Brides opening theme

Here Come The Brides opening theme

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Bruce Lee in Here Come the Brides: Scene 1 of 4

Bruce Lee guest stars in this 1968 TV episode. All scenes of the episode with Bruce are here. Warning: This is a NON-martial arts role for Bruce Lee.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Here Come the Brides – A Christmas Place – (Part Two of Six)

This episode of HCTB originally aired on December 18, 1968. For those of you who have never seen this delightful 60′s series, it was loosely based on the film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. In this version, in order to keep his mountain from falling into the hands of Aaron Stempel (Mark Lenard), Jason Bolt and his three brothers had to bring 100 eligible brides from Massachusetts and they had to stay for a year. While a premise such as this could have easily turned out to be something silly, it turned out to be just the opposite, often tackling controversial issues along the way. Yet, it managed to stay very entertaining. The first season is available on DVD and we’re patiently waiting for the release of the second season but I’m not sure it will ever see the light of day. Anyway, in keeping with the Christmas them, this is the Christmas episode from the first season. Although it’s okay, I don’t think it’s a true indicator of what the series was about.

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“Here Come the Brides” Far Cry from Yesterday 1 of 5

“Here Come the Brides” Far Cry from Yesterday Original Air Date: 26 September 1969 (Season 2, Episode 1)
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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How did Claire Labine and Paul Avila Mayer come up with the title “Ryan’s Hope”?

Question by tbell1826: How did Claire Labine and Paul Avila Mayer come up with the title “Ryan’s Hope”?

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Answer by reecpeec
One more and I gotta go!! Really…

“In late 1974, ABC Daytime approached Claire Labine and Paul Avila Mayer, who were the Head Writers of CBS’ Love of Life at the time, about creating a new soap opera. The network wanted a series similar to General Hospital. The proposed title of the new serial was City Hospital. Labine and Mayer added a large Irish family to ABC’s vision of the show — the Ryan family. RH was created, owned, and originally written by Labine and Avila Mayer, who had previously written Where The Heart Is and Love of Life.”

May I suggest wikipedia or soap central for any more little known facts about soaps? Just a suggestion…not saying that if you ask I won’t answer…but just a suggestion!

Add your own answer in the comments!

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