Die weltberühmte instrumentale Titelmelodie gab es auch in verschiedenen gesungenen Versionen, unter anderem von Hauptdarsteller Lorne Greene (Ben. Als es die ersten Handys gab, die mit "richtiger" Musik klingelten beschloß ich, daß es bei mir einmal Bonanza sein müße. Irgendwann fand ich die Melodie auch. Bonanza war eine erfolgreiche Westernserie, die zwischen 19im amerikanischen Fernsehen lief und auch in Deutschland auf eine große Fanbase. Fand die Serie nie wirklich gut, aber die Melodie ist legendär. Kaum vorstellbar, dass das jemand nicht kennt. Knapp keine 5. gupan. Member. Für die Staffeln 10 und 11 wurde auch eine neue Titelmusik gespielt, mit gleicher Melodie, aber in Brass-Band-Instrumentierung, im Stil US-amerikanischer. Die Instrumentalmelodie mit dem Titel „Bonanza“ ist ein Klassiker der Western-Musik und heute auch denjenigen bekannt, die die Serie nicht.
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A new theme song, called "The Big Bonanza" was written in by episode scorer David Rose, and was used from — Action-shot pictorials of the cast replaced the galloping trio.
Finally, a faster rendition of the original music returned for the 14th and final season, along with action shots of the cast. The theme song has been recorded by numerous artists in a diverse variety of styles.
The first recorded and released version was an instrumental by Marty Gold , on his album Swingin' West. This was followed by the February single by Buddy Morrow and his Orchestra, which included vocals.
Morrow's version also appeared on his album Double Impact which featured several other then-recent television themes. In December , another vocal version was issued only in the United Kingdom by Johnny Gregory bandleader and his Orchestra and Chorus released on the Fontana label.
All aforementioned vocal versions, including the television pilot, used lyrics written by Livingston and Evans contained in the first published sheet music for the song, though not all the lyrics were sung.
A Bonanza soundtrack album released in late included a version by David Rose; Rose also had a single and included the theme on his album Exodus in a different mix.
The biggest hit version is a guitar instrumental by Al Caiola , which reached number 19 on Billboard in Country singer Johnny Cash was first to record a full length vocal version of the theme song.
He and Johnny Western discarded the original Livingston and Evans lyrics, and wrote new ones, though the revised lyrics still make direct reference to the Cartwrights and the Ponderosa.
The song first saw release by September as a single. This version was later covered by Faron Young for his album Aims at the West. His German version lyrics attributed to "Nicolas" was sung in the same style and mood in which Cash had recorded it, and was fairly close in translation.
This version was later covered by Bad Manners and the Hurtin' Buckaroos Michael Richards , as Stanley Spadowski, sang a bit of the theme song while being held hostage by Channel 8's news goons in UHF he did not know the words to the song he was originally supposed to sing, " Helter Skelter ".
The band often includes the song in their live shows. During the first season extra horses were rented from the Idyllwild Stables in Idyllwild, also in the San Jacinto Mountains.
This allowed for a switch to the less expensive Warner studios from September through January The program's Nevada set, the Ponderosa Ranch house, was recreated in Incline Village, Nevada , in , and remained a tourist attraction until its sale thirty-seven years later in September Bonanza is uniquely known for having addressed racism , not typically covered on American television during the time period, from a compassionate , humanitarian point-of-view.
Bigotry , and anti-semitism ,  was the subject of the episode "Look to the Stars" Season 3, Episode 26; original air date March 18, A bigoted school teacher Mr.
Norton oblivious of his prejudice routinely expels minority students. When he expels the brilliant Jewish student Albert Michelson , a scientific genius whose experiments on the streets of Virginia City often cause commotion, Ben Cartwright steps in and confronts Norton on his bigotry.
Ashamed, the school teacher vows to reform. In the episode "Enter Thomas Bowers " Season 5, Episode 30; original air date April 26, , the Cartwright family helps the opera singer Bowers, an African American freedman , after he encounters prejudice while in Virginia City to perform.
Bowers winds up arrested as a fugitive slave. Sandford decision placing the time as , which he discusses with his father.
According to David Dortort, sponsor General Motors was anxious about the episode. As producer, Dortort ensured that the episode re-aired during the summer rerun seasons, though two TV stations in the South refused to air it.
In "The Fear Merchants," discrimination against Chinese immigrants who attempt to assimilate in American society is addressed. Bonanza has had a highly profitable merchandising history.
Currently, Bonanza Ventures, Inc. Kresse between —,  Jim Beam Whiskey Ponderosa Ranch decanters —; a series of "Big-Little" books from —; Revel Bonanza model character sets from —; a chain of Bonanza and Ponderosa steakhouses from —present; the Lake Tahoe -based "Ponderosa" theme park from —; a line of American Character action figures in —; Aladdin lunch buckets and thermos bottles in —; View Master slide sets in , ; Ponderosa tin cups from —; a series of Hamilton collector plates in —; and most recently, Breyer Fiftieth Anniversary Ponderosa Stable sets, with horses and Cartwright figures in — Bebow-Reinhard Bonanza Gold — , a quarterly magazine, featured detailed information about the show, including interviews with guest actors and other production personnel, articles about historical events and people depicted in the series, fan club information, and fan fiction.
The prequel series, The Ponderosa , as well as the three sequel movies see below , are all available on DVD. The scheduling change, as well as Dan Blocker's death in May , resulted in plunging ratings for the show.
David Canary returned to his former role of Candy to offset Hoss' absence , and a new character named Griff King played by Tim Matheson was added in an attempt to lure younger viewers.
Griff, in prison for nearly killing his abusive stepfather, was paroled into Ben's custody and given a job as a ranch hand.
Several episodes were built around his character, one that Matheson never had a chance to fully develop before the show was abruptly cancelled in November with the final episode airing January 16, Many fans, as well as both Landon and Greene, felt that the character of Hoss was essential, as he was a nurturing, empathetic soul who rounded out the all-male cast.
TV Land airs Bonanza from only the first season to the — season. INSP initially broadcast only selected first and second-season episodes of Bonanza and began to air the Bonanza "Lost Episodes" packages which contain episodes from — Michael Landon Jr.
In the second movie, airing on NBC, a one-hour retrospective was done to introduce the drama. It was hosted by both Michael Landon Jr. According to the magazine TV Guide , producer David Dortort told Blocker he was too old to play the Hoss scion, but gave him the role of an unrelated newspaper reporter.
Clips of his appearance were heavily used in advertisements promoting the "second generation" theme, perhaps misleading audiences to believe that Blocker was playing Hoss' heir.
Such a storyline might have been problematic in the original series. The Big Valley , however, had a major character in Heath, who was presented as illegitimate.
The Gunsmoke movies of the early s employed a similar theme when Marshal Matt Dillon learned he had sired Michael Learned 's character's daughter in a short-lived romance.
The initial story was first introduced in , when depiction of fornication courted protests, so CBS insisted their hero Matt have the encounter when he had amnesia.
Covering the time when the Cartwrights first arrived at the Ponderosa, when Adam and Hoss were teenagers and Joe a little boy, the series lasted 20 episodes and featured less gunfire and brawling than the original.
Quinn, Medicine Woman , which some believe gave the series more depth as well as a softer edge. The Hop Sing character is depicted not only as a cook but also a family counselor and herbal healer.
The series takes place in Nevada Territory in , which is actually an anachronism. The Nevada Territory did not split from the Utah Territory until , meaning that until at least the 5th season the episode "Enter Thomas Bowers" establishes that year as , Bonanza is also set in what in real life would have been Utah Territory.
A handful of early episodes have fallen into the public domain. These episodes have been released by several companies in different configurations, with substandard picture and sound quality, edited, and by legal necessity with the copyright-protected Evans—Livingston theme song replaced with generic western music.
In , NBC licensed the distribution rights to the series, along with the rest of its pre library, to National Telefilm Associates , which changed its name to Republic Pictures in Republic would become part of the Spelling Entertainment organization in through Worldvision Enterprises.
Republic through CBS Television Distribution , which holds the television side of Republic's holdings still retains the syndication distribution rights to the series.
All episodes have been digitally remastered from original 35mm film elements to yield the best picture and sound quality possible with current technology.
CBSHE has released each season in two-volume sets available together and separately. Each and every set contains exclusive multiple and rare bonus features, more than any other vintage long-running television series released on DVD.
Classic series collections usually have bonus features included with the first season release only, if at all.
In Region 2, AL! These releases are now out of print as AL! VE has lost the rights. In , StudioCanal acquired the rights to the series and have begun re-releasing it on DVD, and all seasons have now been released but have not been remastered.
Bonanza "the official first season" was released in Scandinavia during The first season is released in 4 volumes. The first two volumes were released on October 20, , and the second two volumes on April 27, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the television program. For other uses, see Bonanza disambiguation. American western television series. For the U. Marine Corps general nicknamed "Hoss", see James Cartwright.
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Zu erkennen ist dies auch an der Windrose oben links. In der Folge Leichtes Spiel mit Hoss ist aber z. Das wiederum spricht für die unmittelbare Nähe dieser Stadt, zumal in der Realität die Strecken zwischen Lake Tahoe, Carson City oder Washoe Lake durchaus in einer entsprechenden Zeit geritten werden könnten.
Eine erneute Produktion der Serie unter dem Namen Ponderosa im Jahr wurde wegen zu geringer Einschaltquoten nach 20 Episoden eingestellt.
Von dem Zweiteiler Der Ponyexpress erfolgte unter dem Titel Die Männer von Bonanza, sie ritten wie der Wind ein Zusammenschnitt mit neuer Titelmelodie, der jedoch nicht für den amerikanischen Kinomarkt vorgesehen war.
Die Folge lief in deutschen Kinos ab dem Februar Die Staffeln 7 bis 12 sind von Januar bis August erschienen. Diese werden im Original mit deutschen Untertiteln unter dem englischen Episodennamen gezeigt.
Bonanza-Comics sind erschienen im Bildschriftenverlag mit 21 Ausgaben von bis sowie im Bastei-Verlag mit Heften von Oktober bis September Dieser Artikel beschäftigt sich mit der Fernsehserie.
Zu weiteren Bedeutungen dieses Begriffes siehe Bonanza Begriffsklärung. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte.
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