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Simon Mayr: L’Armonia Cantata for the Death of Beethoven

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Death Valley Days Television Robert Taylor

Death Valley Days is an American television anthology series featuring true stories of the old American West, especially the Death Valley location. Created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman, the program was broadcast from 1952 to 1975 as a syndicated television series. The series was sponsored by the Pacific Coast Borax Company (20 Mule Team Borax, Boraxo).

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Death Valley Days “The Journey” part 1/2

S13 Ep24 Original Air Date:29 March 1965 Director:Jack Shea Writer:Sid Saltzman Stars: Coby Denton as Trooper Jackson Michael Keep as Wolf Steven Marlo as Swift Knife (as Steve Marlo) Leonard Nimoy as Yellow Bear Wayne Rogers as Lt. Richard H. Pratt Robert J. Wilke as Sgt. Wilks USA, Later half of 19th century. Amongst the soldiers accompanying a wagon in which Indian chiefs and leaders are transported there are two men, 1 who continuously rejects them and talks bad about Indian folks in general and the other, who treats them with respect. He’s aware that these males are forced to leave their countries in order to be settled somewhere else since the region is taken by white folks. They have not been consulted about where to go and when. Some of the Indian leaders go along simply because they know that there are hardly any chances to alter the government’s plans. 1 of the chiefs, Yellow Bear, does not agree, neither with their treatment which leaves small room for individual pride nor with the facts which do not ask for any of their personal wants. He opposes Wolf who tries to calm him down, but Yellow Bear takes a chance to escape together with some other braves. They take along riffles. When Wolf tries to convince him to give up, Wolf is shot. The soldier who’s attempting to build a relationship with the Indians and trying to arrange that the promises given to them are genuinely kept, tries too to convince Yellow Bear. As Yellow Bear desires to shoot the unarmed man, 1 of his
Video Rating: 5 / five

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The Terminator: Death Valley #1

The Terminator: Death Valley #1

Dark Horse Comics~~The Terminator: Death Valley #1 of 4Writer: Alan GrantArtist: Steve PughLetterer: Gary FieldsColorist: Dave StewartEditor: Phil AmaraCover Artist: Steve PughThe Terminator is back in movie theaters and now you can appreciate classic Terminator comics from Dark Horse Comics, on your iPhone or iPod Touch.In celebration of The Terminator game, designed by Large Head Games Ltd., in partnership with Dark Horse Comics, The Terminator: Death Valley #1 is being offered for No cost for a limited time. For far more information about the The Terminator game, check out the Big Head Games section of iTunes or go to the Dark Horse Comics support link below. The Terminator: Death Valley #1It is the rise of machines. It is the fall of man. It is the day of reckoning. The wheels have been set in motion for the extinction of the human race and the ascendance of ruthless, intelligent machines known as Terminators. But 1 man, John Connor, can stop this bleak future from ever coming to be. And until he’s erased from existence, he is the crucial target of the Terminators. In the bleak wastes of Death Valley, two of these killing machines have been sent from the future to discover Connor as a boy. But the Terminators didn’t calculate the possibility of someone finding the boy first—someone with a killer’s past and a score to settle.Full color 87 screensPublished by Dark Horse Comics, Inc., 10956 SE Main St., Milwaukie, OR 97222. Dark Horse Comics® is a trademark of Dark Horse Comics, Inc., registered in several categories and countries. All rights reserved.

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Wagon Train: Death Valley Days (DVD)

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Entertainment Tonight – on the Death of Chuck Connors, 1992

From Nov. 11, 1992, here is an Entertainment Tonight story on the death of actor Chuck Connors, who was TV’s “Rifleman.”

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Death Valley Days – Dear Teacher – 1 of 3

Classic western anthology series consisting of accurate stories and legends from the region around Death Valley, CA. Season 2, Episode 6: Dear Teacher Original Air Date: 24 November 1953 New schoolteacher arrives, keeps unruly students in line with her sweet demeanor and sharpshooting abilities. 1 vindictive female student and some town busybodies attempt to get her run out of town.
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The Death of Doctor Who’s Sarah Jane Smith – R.I.P. Elisabeth Sladen

After a reported fight with cancer, Elisabeth Sladen, the British actress most fondly remembered as Sarah Jane Smith on Doctor Who. Elisabeth was 63 and her passing has left a great number of fans that grew up watching her saddened.

Sarah Jane Smith – One of the Favorite Doctor Who Companions

Elisabeht Sladen and Jon Pertwee in Doctor Who

Jon Pertwee and Elisabeth Sladen in a publicity photo as the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith

I grew up watching Doctor Who on Saturday nights in rural North Texas on Channel 13 KERA. It was the late seventies and early eighties and I couldn’t wait for the adventures of the third and fourth incarnations of the Doctor, played respectively by Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker. The transition from the third Doctor to the fourth Doctor was made a bit easier for my young mind because the continuity that Sarah Jane Smith provided.

Sarah Jane Smith was a journalist who after infiltrating a military base ends up accompanying the third incarnation of the Doctor, played by Jon Pertwee. Sladen stayed on for three seasons with the third Doctor until his regeneration. She then stayed on with the fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker until her departure at the end of  “The Hand of Fear” series.

Elisabeth Sladen and Tom Baker as Sarah Jane Smith and Doctor Who in The Ark in Space series

The Third Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith, played by Tom Baker and Elisabeth Sladen, in "The Ark in Space"

Sladen actually was the first character to have a spin off project from Doctor Who. She starred in the pilot of the K-9 and Company series, but it was not further developed. She would appear as a guest in The Five Doctors episode in the early eighties as well as several other non-canonical Doctor Who related projects.

The Return of Sarah Jane Smith

I was thrilled when the BBC relaunched the Doctor Who franchise in 2005. The quality of the series was perhaps at it’s highest values (although I love the old Doctor’s!). But I was thrilled when Elisabeth Sladen reprised her role as Sarah Jane Smith in “The School Reunion” two part episode. This appearance led to further guest spots as well as ultimately her own spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures. In the course of The Sarah Jane Adventures, Sladen was involved in cross-over story arcs with both Doctor Who and Torchwood, as she worked to detect aliens on earth.

David Tennant and Elisabeth Sladen as the Tenth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who

The return of Sarah Jane Smith to the world of Doctor Who

Sarah Jane Smith – The Favorite Companion

For a lot of us who grew up with Sarah Jane Smith, there is no doubt that she is probably the companion that we think of when we think of the Doctor. I suppose a lot of it depends on when you watched Doctor Who and just how many versions of the Doctor that you have experienced. Personally, Elisabeth Sladen will always be my go to companion, just as she was for the Third and Fourth Doctors.

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De Kelley in “Death Valley Days – Coffin for a C.” Pt. 1

DeForest Kelley in the 1963 episode “Coffin for a Coward”, playing a heroic man (yay!).
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Death Valley Days: Volume 3 – The Red Shawl/ Thar She Blows/ Alias James Stuart

Death Valley Days: Volume 3 – The Red Shawl/ Thar She Blows/ Alias James Stuart

3 Episodes of Death Valley Days: 1. “The Red Shawl” (Mariette Hartley) 2. “Thar She Blows” (George Gobel) 3. “Alias James Stuart” (Robert Culp).

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