History Trivia / Bonanza

26th May '17 11:38:03 PM Maddoxsort
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** When he got older, Michael Landon looks matured and changed dramatically. His hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, Little Joe had become just plain Joe with age, and he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], a middle-aged man whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.

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** When he got older, Michael Landon looks matured and changed dramatically. His hair turned prematurely gray with age due to smoking, and he also let it grow out. out considerably in the latter years of ''Bonanza'' compared to the short hairstyle he wore in the earlier seasons. By the end of the series, Little Joe had become just plain Joe with age, Joe, and he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], a middle-aged man whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.
26th May '17 11:36:15 PM Maddoxsort
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** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], a middle-aged man whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.

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** When he got older, Michael Landon's Landon looks matured and changed dramatically. His hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, Little Joe had become just plain Joe with age, and he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], a middle-aged man whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.
26th May '17 11:34:49 PM Maddoxsort
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** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.

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** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], a middle-aged man whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.
26th May '17 11:34:09 PM Maddoxsort
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** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrarire Charles Ingalls]], whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.

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** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrarire [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Charles Ingalls]], whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.
26th May '17 11:33:40 PM Maddoxsort
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** In one particularly squicky example, Geraldine Brooks, the actress who plays Adam’s mother later returned as a love-interest for Hoss.

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** In one particularly squicky {{squick}}y example, Geraldine Brooks, the actress who plays Adam’s mother mother, later returned as a love-interest for Hoss.
** When he got older, Michael Landon's hair turned gray with age and he let it grow out. By the end of the series, he looked more like his new character [[Series/LittleHouseOnThePrarire Charles Ingalls]], whose hair also went gray ([[SilverFox full silver, in fact]]) in the final season of his respective show.
26th May '17 11:31:00 PM Maddoxsort
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result seems to have proven itself to be superior to the original draft, as ''TVGuide'' named it one of the greatest television specials ever made in 1993.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result seems to have proven itself to be superior to the original draft, as ''TVGuide'' named it one of the greatest television specials ever made in 1993.1993, and the loss of Hoss added to the weight of the drama in the story.
26th May '17 11:30:37 PM Maddoxsort
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result actually proved superior to the original draft, as ''TVGuide'' named it one of the greatest television specials ever made in 1993.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result actually proved seems to have proven itself to be superior to the original draft, as ''TVGuide'' named it one of the greatest television specials ever made in 1993.
26th May '17 11:30:13 PM Maddoxsort
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result actually proved superior to the original draft, as TVGuide named it one of the greatest 50 episodes of television ever made.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result actually proved superior to the original draft, as TVGuide ''TVGuide'' named it one of the greatest 50 episodes of television specials ever made.made in 1993.
26th May '17 11:29:16 PM Maddoxsort
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original draft of "Forever" had Hoss undergo one hell of a BewareTheNiceOnes moment where he tracked down the killers of his fiancee. Thanks to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure Actor Existence Failure]] of Dan Blocker, the episode was revised so Joe would lose his new bride instead. The end result actually proved superior to the original draft, as TVGuide named it one of the greatest 50 episodes of television ever made.
26th May '17 11:27:13 PM Maddoxsort
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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Implied with Hoss in several early Season 14 episodes, including "Forever" (Ben mournfully looks at a photo of Hoss on Joe's nightstand, with the camera zooming in on said photo) and "The Initiation" (Ben – angry that a lynch mob is after one of Jamie's friends – shouts out, "I've already buried one son!"). This comes following the unexpected death of Dan Blocker in May 1972 just months before production on Season 14 episodes was to begin.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Implied with Hoss in several early Season 14 episodes, including "Forever" (Ben mournfully looks at a photo of Hoss on Joe's nightstand, with the camera zooming in on said photo) and "The Initiation" (Ben – angry that a lynch mob is after one of Jamie's friends – shouts out, "I've already buried one son!"). This comes following the unexpected death of Dan Blocker in May 1972 just months before production on Season 14 episodes was to begin. The sequels following the original series would later indicate Hoss drowned in the act of trying to save a woman swept down a river, in a very tragic inversion of the CartwrightCurse.
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