BONANZA: THE OFFICIAL FOURTEENTH SEASON

Sunset on the Ponderosa!
1972 · 809 mins · Western
Savor the gems on BONANZA's fourteenth and final season; in its noteworthy season premiere, Little Joe (Michael Landon) takes a bride (Bonnie Bedelia) and hopes for happiness "Forever". Candy (David Canary) is back and helps quell a prison "Riot!" assisted by "New Man" Griff King (Tim Matheson). Jamie (Mitch Vogel) experiences heartbreaking "First Love" and, with the help of Hop Sing (Victor Sen Yung), acquires "The Bucket Dog". Sheriff Clem (Bing Russell) works with Ben (Lorne Greene) to solve the mystery of "The Twenty-Sixth Grave". And in the gripping series finale, written and directed by Landon, "The Hunter" (Tom Skerritt)...

Savor the gems on BONANZA's fourteenth and final season; in its noteworthy season premiere, Little Joe (Michael Landon) takes a bride (Bonnie Bedelia) and hopes for happiness "Forever". Candy (David Canary) is back and helps quell a prison "Riot!" assisted by "New Man" Griff King (Tim Matheson). Jamie (Mitch Vogel) experiences heartbreaking "First Love" and, with the help of Hop Sing (Victor Sen Yung), acquires "The Bucket Dog". Sheriff Clem (Bing Russell) works with Ben (Lorne Greene) to solve the mystery of "The Twenty-Sixth Grave". And in the gripping series finale, written and directed by Landon, "The Hunter" (Tom Skerritt) stalks Joe relentlessly across a barren wilderness. With dramatic stories and timeless social commentary, BONANZA: THE FINAL SEASON, 16 brand-new-to-DVD episodes, all containing the original and iconic Livingston-Evans theme, is the final addition to your Cartwright collection.

Regular price $34.00

Info

Format
DVD
Catalogue
VVE3657
Languages
English
Subtitles
English HOH
Encoding
PAL

Special Features

New Audio Commentaries and introduction by series star Tim Matheson
New Featurettes featuring series star Mitch Vogel
Vintage and rare trailers and NBC network promo for "Forever"
Extensive and rare episodic , behind-the-scenes, and on-location photos
Rare photo galleries: "Last Day" and "The Last Party"