ML POD ~ 21-27 Jan ~ The Landon Years (R)

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ML POD ~ 21-27 Jan ~ The Landon Years (R)

Post by ansinico » Mon Jan 21, 2019 4:24 pm

Monday, 21st January
[center]Blowing my own trumpet this week a repeat of the POD ansi posted back in July 2012.[/center][/color]
[center]Monday 2nd[/center]
This week how about some time travel from the 50's when Michael Landon hit the TV and film screens, of course, we won't be going anywhere near The Ponderosa ... up to the 90's and his untimely tragic passing.

A decade a day we will see Mike grow in stature and popularity, age and mature from a young impressionable actor into the famed assured TV personality, scriptwriter and director.
Image :thanks Heartbeatgirl 1957 the year of his big break into film - 'I was a Teenage Werewolf' - he also appeared in a TV production of 'The Man from St. Paul' with Raymond Greenleaf. l couldn't find out anything about this episode apart from he was in it, and that's OK with me. :grin

If anyone out there wants to enlighten me please feel welcome...

I just very much like the picture. :yes
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"Whatever you want to do, do it now. There are only so many tomorrows." Michael Landon

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