Friday, November 15, 2019

RIP Oliver Bludau

Westfallen Post


German businessman and actor Oliver Bludau died November 8, 2019. He was 47. Born on November 26, 1971, he was the grandson of actress Maria Bladau and the son of actor Jochen Bludau and actress Irmgard Bludau. Oliver appeared on stage at the Elipse Karl-May Festival from 2011-2014. He played Old Shatterhand in “Winnetou 1” (2012), “The Oil Prince” (2013) and “Among Vultures” 2014. He appeared in 2011 as Engineer Leverent in “Halfbreed”. He was also the managing director during this same time. He then turned his attention to his position as managing director of the Berghoff Group.
BLUDAU, Oliver
Born: 11/26/1971, Lennestadt, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany
Died: 11/8/2019, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Oliver Bludau’s westerns Elipse Karl May Festival – actor:
Halfbreed – 2011 (Engineer Leverent)
Winnetou 1 – 2012 (Old Shatterhand)
The Oil Prince - 2013 (Old Shatterhand)
Among Vultures – 2014 (Old Shatterhand)

Thursday, November 14, 2019

RIP Lawrence G. Paull

Lawrence G. Paull, Oscar-Nominated Production Designer on 'Blade Runner,' Dies at 81

The Hollywood Reporter
By Mike Barnes

He also worked on such films as 'Back to the Future,' 'Romancing the Stone,' 'The Hired Hand' and 'Escape From L.A.'

Lawrence G. Paull, the production designer and art director who received an Oscar nomination for his work on the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic Blade Runner, died Sunday in La Jolla, California, a publicist announced. He was 81.

Paull's distinctive design style also can be seen in director Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future (1985) and Romancing the Stone (1984) and in Ron Underwood's City Slickers (1991), starring Billy Crystal and Jack Palance.

Paull also worked on Peter Fonda's The Hired Hand (1971); Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings (1976), American Flyers (1985) and Another Stakeout (1993), all directed by John Badham; John Carpenter's Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992) and Escape From L.A. (1996); Jonathan Kaplan's Project X (1987) and Unlawful Entry (1992); Jon Avildsen's W.W. and the Dixie Dance Kings (1975); and Paul Schrader's Blue Collar (1978).

He shared his Oscar nom for art direction-set decoration with David L. Snyder and Linda DeScenna.
"Ridley really knew how to appeal to the art department, he was very wise about it," Paull once said in a rare interview. "What he would say, up in the art department: 'If you build it, I'll shoot it.' And who could resist the temptation of that? Because we've all suffered, making films with gigantic sets, and beautiful sets, and all that is shown are talking heads. And that was disappointing. But because [Ridley] was an art director, he knew he could hook us with that bait. And he did it — if we built it, he shot it."

Scott in a statement recalled that he was "always struck by [Paull's] staunch and faithful support of the strange plan for the unique world of Blade Runner." He continued, "Between Syd [Means, visual futurist on the film] and myself and Larry, it was a challenging, monumental task for him and against all odds — the proof is in his work in the film. So I guess we won. My hat comes off for him."
His film résumé also included Harlem Nights (1989), Predator 2 (1990), Born Yesterday (1993), Naked Gun 33-1/3: The Final Insult (1994), Sgt. Bilko (1996) and Light it Up (1999).

Born in Chicago on April 13, 1938, Paull received a B.A. in architecture from the University of Arizona and began working in films as a set designer and art director before advancing to production designer.

His early career as art director includes more than 20 TV movies and feature films by such celebrated directors as Robert Mulligan, Delbert Mann and Lamont Johnson. He also designed the Emmy-winning Friendly Fire in 1979; Oprah Winfrey's ABC miniseries The Wedding in 1998; David Greene's Rehearsal for Murder in 1982; Burt Reynolds' Hard Time in 1998; and James Keach's Murder in the Mirror in 2000.

Following his retirement from the motion picture industry, Paull in 2004 joined Chapman University in Irvine, California, where he created and taught a new curriculum that is required for a masters of fine arts degree in production design.

Before Chapman, he was senior filmmaker-in-residence at the AFI in Los Angeles, creating the curriculum required for another masters in production design. He worked with the adjunct faculty on the format and content of each course. He also was a guest speaker at Harvard, USC, UCLA, Catholic University and the University of Arizona.

Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Marcy; son Michael; sister Lesley; and brother-in-law Craig. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made in his memory to the charity of your choice. There will be no services.

PAULL, Lawrence G.
Born: 4/13/1938, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Died: 11/10/2019, LaJolla, California, U.S.A.

Lawrence G. Paull’s westerns – production designer, art director:
The Hired Hand – 1971 [production designer, art director
Ciry Slickers -1991 [production designer]

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

RIP Niall Tóibín

Veronica Guerin and Ballykissangel star Niall Tóibín dies aged 89

November 13, 2019

Irish actor and comedian Niall Tóibín has died aged 89. The star has passed away following a long illness, according to RTÉ. Tóibín was best known for his role in Jerry Bruckheimer’s award-winning film Veronica Guerin, in which he played Judge Ballaugh alongside Cate Blanchett. The Cork-born actor also appeared in Ryan’s Daughter in 1970 and went on to appear in the TV series Bracken, Ballykissangel and Brideshead Revisited. Other roles from his career, which spanned four decades, include The Ballroom of Romance, Far and Away and The Clinic.

On the stage, the actor played Brendan Behan in the original adaptation of Borstal Boy at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. In 2011, Tóibín – a fluent Irish speaker – was awarded a lifetime achievement award by the Irish Film and Television Academy. Four years later, he was awarded the Freedom of Cork in recognition of his TV, film and stage work. Niall is survived by his five children – Sighle, Aisling, Fiana, Sean and Muireann – and his seven grandchildren. His wife of 45 years Judy died in 2002.

TOBIN, Niall

Born: County Cork, Irish Free State
Died: 11/13/2019, Dublin, Ireland

Niall Tóibín’s western – actor:

Far and Away – 1992 (Joe)

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

RIP Virginia Leith

Virginia Leith, Female Lead in Stanley Kubrick’s First Film, Dies at 94

By Erin Nyren
November 12, 2019

Actress and model Virginia Leith, who starred in Stanley Kubrick’s first film “Fear and Desire,” which he later disavowed, has died. She was 94.

According to family spokesperson Jane Chalmers, Leith died after a brief illness at her home in Palm Springs, Calif. on Nov. 4.

Born on Oct. 15, 1925, Leith met Kubrick in the 1950s when he shot her for the cover of Look magazine.

“Fear and Desire,” which received moderately positive critical reviews upon its release, was not a box office success. After distributor Joseph Burstyn died, the film fell out of circulation and Kubrick is said to have destroyed the original negative and any other prints he could find. Some original prints still exist, however, and Film Forum organized a screening in 1994. Kubrick released a statement through Warner Bros. at the time, calling it “a bumbling amateur film exercise” and urging press not to attend.

Following her appearance in “Fear and Desire,” Leith was signed by 20th Century Fox, starring in Richard Fleischer’s “Violent Saturday” (1955) with Victor Mature and Gerd Oswald’s “A Kiss Before Dying” (1956), opposite Robert Wagner and Jonanne Woodward. She also appeared in “Toward the Unknown” opposite William Holden.

One of her best-known roles in recent years was in Joseph Green’s 1962 low-budget science fiction cult classic “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die,” in which she played the disembodied head of the main character’s fiancee, which he keeps alive after discovering how to keep human body parts from dying.

Leith left show business in 1960 when she married Canadian actor Donald Harron, but following their divorce, she returned to the screen, appearing in numerous television series through 1980, including “Starsky and Hutch,” “Baretta,” “Police Woman,” “The White Shadow,” “Barnaby Jones,” and “Condominium.” She also remained close with her stepdaughters, Martha Harron and Mary Harron, director of “American Psycho” and “Charlie Says.”

LEITH, Virginia (Cora Virginia Leith)
Born: 10/15/1925, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
Died: 11/4/2019, Palm Springs, California, U.S.A.

Virginia Leith’s western – actress:
White Feather – 1955 (Ann Magruder)

RIP Charlie LeSueur

Wild Bunch Film Festival’s Charlie LeSueur passed away

Arizona Range News
By Brooke Curley
November 12, 2019

WILLCOX- Charlie LeSueur, Western Film Historian and master of ceremonies for Wild Bunch Film Festival passed away on November 10.

LeSueur was named Arizona's Official Western Film Historian in 2014, and has appeared over 200 commercials, television programs as well as radio shows. He also wrote multiple books.

“Sadly, Arizona's Official Film Historian, Charlie LeSueur passed away at his home in Mesa, AZ on Sunday, November 10th. Charlie was our friend and The Wild Bunch Film Festival's emcee and award show co-host for the last three years in Willcox, AZ. He will be missed by us and so many others. He made an indelible mark on the world of Cowboys and leaves an enormous hole within the western lifestyle community.,” said Rock Whitehead, Wild Bunch Film Festival director. “Our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers to all of his family, friends, and fans. RIP Charlie.”

The Wild Bunch Film Festival is an annual event and a national western screenplay and movie competition. Located at the Willcox Historic Theater, independent screenwriters and directors mingle as the festival spanned Rex Allen Days weekend. The festival spans over three days of film screenings and a red carpet award show. This year the show was hosted by Charlie LeSueur and Bobbi Jeen Olson, and included multiple filmmaker Q&A sessions.

"Charlie LeSueur will be missed. He was not only very professional at everything he did, but his knowledge of not just western movies but also movie trivia was of the highest quality,” said Willcox Historic Theater Manager Gary Clement. “I have learned from my time working with him on being able to up my knowledge and skill thanks to his professionalism at what he did.”

LeSUEUR, Charlie (Charles Thomas LeSueur)
Born: 1/22/1951, Mesa Arizona, U.S.A.
Died: 11/10/2019, Mesa, Arizona, U.S.A.

Charlie LeSueur’s westerns – producer, director, actor:
High Chaparral Reunion (TV) 2015 [screenwriter]
Wanted – 2015 (Charlie)
C-Bar – 2015, 2017 (John ‘Doe’ Doherty) [producer]
Mysteries of the Superstition Mountains – 2017 [executive producer]
One Day Only”: Big Nose Kate – 2019 (barkeep)
C-Bar, II – 2019 (John Doe)
Horse Camp (TV) – 2020 (Preacher John)

Friday, November 8, 2019

RIP Fred Bongusto

Italian singer Fred Bongusto dead

Light music performer was big in the 1960s and 70s

Rome, November 8 - Fred Bongusto died overnight at his home in Rome, the Italian singer-songwriter's press office said on Friday.

    The light music performer was big in the 1960s and 70s and he had several international hits.

    Bongusto was very popular in South America, especially Brazil, as well as in his homeland.

    He composed the soundtracks of many movies too.

Born: 4/6/1935, Campobasso, Campobasso, Italy

Died:  11/8/2019, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Fred Bongusto’s westerns – composer, singer:
Adios Gringo – 1965 [singer]
Blood for a Silver Dollar – 1965 [singer]
Day After Tomorrow – 1968 [composer, singer]

Thursday, November 7, 2019

RIP Nik Powell

Nik Powell, Producer of ‘The Crying Game’ and Virgin Group Co-Founder, Dies at 69

By Nick Vivarelli
November 8, 2019

British music and film producer Nik Powell, who was among the Virgin Group co-founders with Richard Branson and became an influential force in U.K. cinema, producing more than 60 titles including Neil Jordan’s Oscar-winning “The Crying Game,” died Thursday at age 69.

The cause of death was an unspecified form of cancer, Britain’s National Film and Television School (NFTS) – which Powell headed for more than a decade – said in a statement. He died in Oxford surrounded by his family.

Born on November 4, 1950, in the small village of Great Kingshill, in Buckinghamshire, Powell started out running a record shop and was among the founding partners in 1972 of Virgin Records, which became one of the U.K.’s top recording labels before being sold to EMI 20 years later.

In 1983 Powell co-founded U.K. video label and production outfit Palace Pictures with Stephen Woolley. They produced a string of standout titles such as “The Company of Wolves” (1984), and Neil Jordan’s “Mona Lisa” (1986) and “The Crying Game,” which won a best screenplay Oscar in 1993.

On the distribution side, where Powell put his savvy from the record business to good use, Palace Video titles included David Lynch’s “Eraserhead,” Derek Jarman’s “The Tempest” and Werner Herzog’s “Fitzcarraldo.” Then, when they expanded into theatrical, Palace Pictures was behind the U.K. releases of films including Sam Raimi’s “The Evil Dead,” Nagisa Oshima’s “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence,” the Coen brothers’ “Blood Simple,” Rob Reiner’s “When Harry Met Sally,” as well as films by big local names like Mike Leigh, Ken Loach and Peter Greenaway.

Virgin Records, which had scored hits with the Sex Pistols among other artists, “were quite famous for their clever marketing,” Wolley told Variety. “When Nik and I started Palace Video he brought a lot of those innovative ways of thinking,” he added, noting that when he first met Powell Wolley was just 22 or 23, and he “backed me in a way that was astonishing.”

“He just would be there for you,” Wolley said. “If you wanted to close a deal; if you were talking about trying to get something different done; if you were trying to change the rules, in a way. Nick would be right behind it. And I think that was what he’s done. Certainly it’s what he did with me. He gave me an opportunity that changed my life, really.”

When Palace Pictures was forced to close in 1992 due to a series of box office misfires, Powell set up a new outfit, Scala Productions, which produced movies such as Nick Hornby adaptation “Fever Pitch,” Fred Schepisi’s “Last Orders,” Terry Gilliam’s “B. Monkey” and “Ladies in Lavender” from Charles Dance.

Powell was director of the NFTS from 2003 to 2017 while also retaining his position as chairman of Scala Productions.

Under his leadership, the NFTS underwent a transformation that helped it “gain recognition as one of the best film schools in the world,” the school said in a statement.

Said NFTS Director Jon Wardle: “I spent five incredibly happy years working with Nik as his deputy. He was a good friend and I will miss him hugely. He told me recently how his work to support and develop NFTS students to reach their full potential was probably the professional achievement he was most proud of.”

The culmination of Powell’s work at NFTS was recognized in 2018 when he and Wardle were awarded the BAFTA for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema.

“Nik leaves an unrivaled legacy and no one has done more than him to set the bar high. We will continue to strive for the future success of the School in his honour,” the statement said.

“He stood up for innovation,” said Wolley. “He stood up for change and difference, and he backed young people his entire career. That’s something that people have got to remember about Nik. That he was quite a selfless person.”

Powell is survived by his two children Amie and Jack.

Born: 11/4/1950, Great Kingshill, Buckinghamshire, England, U.K.
Died: 11/7/2019, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, U.K.

Nik Powell’s western – producer:
Brimstone - 2016

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

RIP William Wintersole

William Wintersole, Star of 'Young and the Restless' and 'General Hospital,' Dead at 88

Entertainment Tonight
November 6, 2019

Rest in peace, William Wintersole.

The veteran TV actor died at his home in Los Angeles on Tuesday, ET confirms. He was 88. Wintersole died of complications from cancer but died peacefully, according to his daughter.

Wintersole was best known for his role as Mitchell Sherman on Young and the Restless, which he had starred on for over 20 years. The actor also played Ted Ballantine on General Hospital in the 1980s, and appeared on I Dream of Jeannie, Kojak, Little House on the Prairie, Quincy, Bonanza, Star Trek and The Fugitive.

The Ohio native was born on July 30, 1931 and began his acting career in the 1960s. He is survived by his life partner, Marlene Silverstein, and daughters, Tiffany Harmon and Katherine Ramsey. He had three granddaughters, Kristy, Amy and Jill, as well as one great granddaughter, Abby.

Born: 7/30/1931, Portsmouth, Ohio, U.S.A.
Died:  11/5/2019, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

William Wintersole’s westerns – actor:
Rawhide (TV) – 1965 (Dr. Sturdivant)
The Wild Wild West (TV) – 1967 (Edward Baring)
Here Comes the Brides (TV) – 1969 (Avery)
Lancer (TV) – 1969, 1970 (businessman, Timothy)
The Outcasts (TV) 1969 (Krause)
Bearcats (TV) – 1971 (Colonel)
Gunsmoke (TV) – 1971 (Will Standish)
Cade’s County (TV) – 1972 (Corey Waters)
Bonanza (TV) – 1973 (Frank Schulte)
The Honorable Sam Houston (TV) - 1975
Sara (TV) – 1976 (George Bailey)
Territorial Men (TV) - 1976
Little House on the Prairie (TV) – 1978 (Tom Henderson)

RIP Lorin Bennett Salob

Lorin Salob, Emmy-Winning Producer on 'A Woman Named Jackie,' Dies at 77

The Hollywood Reporter
By Mike Barnes

 He also served as an assistant director on 'The Getaway,' 'Freebie and the Bean,' 'Tron' and 'Charlie's Angels.'

Lorin Salob, an assistant director, production manager and Emmy-winning producer with credits including The Getaway, Charlie's Angels, Tron and A Woman Named Jackie, has died. He was 77.

Salob died Oct. 23 in Staunton, Virginia, after a long battle with cardiac ALS, said his wife, Joan.

Salob also served as a vice president in TV production at such companies as Disney, TriStar, New World and All American Television, home of Baywatch.

Born on May 25, 1942, in New York City, Salob started out on Dick Clark's American Bandstand and at documentarian David L. Wolper's company before becoming involved in National Geographic specials and the documentary series The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau.

As an assistant director, he worked on such shows as Medical Center, The F.B.I., The Streets of San Francisco and Charlie's Angels and on films including The Getaway (1972), The Carey Treatment (1972), Freebie and the Bean (1974), 99 and 44/100% Dead! (1974) and Tron (1982).

Salob received his Emmy in 1992 for producing the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie, starring Roma Downey. He also produced the 1993 USA movie Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair and the 1996 ABC telefilm Born Free: A New Adventure.

Salob was an executive in charge of production on the CBS drama Tour of Duty and Family Channel's Zorro; a production manager on the 1984 film Runaway, starring Tom Selleck and Gene Simmons; a 1981 East of Eden miniseries and a rebooted TV version of The Adventures of Sinbad; and a unit production manager on 1981's This Is Elvis.

SALOB, Lorin Bennett
Born: 5/25/2942, New York City, New York, U.S.A.
Died: 10/23/2019, Staunton, Virginia, U.S.A.

Lorin Bennett Salob’s westerns – assistant director, dog trainer, production manager, executinve in charge of production operations:
Wild Rovers – 1971 [dog trainer]
Breakheart Pass – 1975 [assistant director]
Young Dan’l Boone (TV) 1977 [production manager]
How The West Was Won (TV) – 1979 [executive in charge of production, assistant director]
The New Zorro (TV) – 1990 [Executive in charge of production operations]

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

RIP Omero Antonutti

 The actor Omero Antonutti died, he was 84 years old

News 1
November 5, 2019

On Tuesday morning the actor and voice actor Omero Antonutti died at 84: he was at the hospital in Udine due to the complications of a tumor. Antonutti was born in 1935 in Basiliano, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, and became known by playing the role of Gavino Ledda's father in the film Master Father, taken from the homonymous autobiographical novel by Ledda and directed by the Taviani brothers. During his long career he acted other times in films by the Taviani brothers (The Night of San Lorenzo, Kaos, Good Morning Babylon and You laugh), while his latest interpretation dates back to 2013, in Welcome President! by Riccardo Milani. Antonutti had also been a well-known and appreciated voice actor, and had dubbed British actor Christopher Lee in several films, including those in the saga of the Lord of the Rings.

Born: 8/3/1935, Basiliano, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
Died: 11/5/2019, Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Omero Antonutti’s westerns – voice dubber:
Cold Mountain – 2003 [Italian voice of Donald Sutherland]
3:10 to Yuma – 2007 [Italian voice of Peter Fonda]

Monday, November 4, 2019

RIP Jack Conroy

The late Jack Conroy, cinematographer extraordinaire
A great talent, may he rest in peace.

Kildare Now
By Rose B O'Donoghue
November 3, 2019

Sad to learn today of the passing of Jack Conroy, who was well known within the film industry, particularly as a cinematographer.

Late of Our Lady’s Place, Naas, and formerly of Clonad, Co Laois, Jack is survived by his wife Mona (well known musical director/producer and all round music maestro); father of Marnie, John, Ann, Emer, and Emmet. He is further survived by sister Vera, brothers Tony, George, Jim, Peter and Louis, daughter-in-law Rachel, sons-in-law Gerry and Fergal, his 17 grandchildren, and extended family and friends.

Jack has been attaining accolades for his work over a career that has spanned over 30 years, with Forsyth by Two in '84 and the Woman who married Clark Gable in '85 right up to the Gaelic Curse in 2016. Sadly, Jack's health had deteriorated in recent years but he had achieved great acclaim for his cinematic work during his lifetime, from short to full length films, TV series and TV movies.

Naas Musical Society posted on social media:

"It was with great sadness we learned today, of Jack Conroy's passing. Jack and Mona (our founding member) have been an integral part of Naas Musical Society since our inception. Whether it was lugging in pieces of sets or using his brilliant mind and gifted hands to make creative props, Jack was found back stage for many of our productions over the last 24 years! Our deepest sympathies go out to Mona, Marnie, John, Anne, Emer, Emmet and all of their extended families. May Jack rest in peace in the arms of the angels".

The late Jack will be reposing at his home on Tuesday from 5pm with prayers at 7pm. Removal on Wednesday morning at 10.20am to arrive at The Church of The Irish Martyrs, Ballycane, Naas for funeral mass at 11am followed by private cremation in Newland’s Cross Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to the carers of Le Chéile in St Vincent’s Hospital, Athy. Donation box in church.

CONROY, Jack (Jack Conroy Sr.)
Born: 19??, Clonad, Lois, Ireland
Died: 11/3/2019, Naas, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland

Jack Conroy’s westerns – cinematographer:
The Last Outlaw (TV) - 1993
Silent Tongue – 1993
Blind Justice (TV) – 1994
Everything That Rises (TV) – 1998
The Magnificent Seven (TV) - 1998

Sunday, November 3, 2019

RIP Kenneth Gilbert

Los Angeles Times
November 2, 2019

June 19, 1932 - October 29, 2019 Kenneth (Ken) Clarence Gilbert, a lifelong resident of Los Angeles, made his final life transition after a recent diagnosis of lung cancer. Ken was a man of great faith, dedicated to his family and a life of working on behalf of others. Born and raised in Santa Monica, Ken graduated from SAMOHI and served in the Korean War. Upon his return, he continued his education at SMC and CSUN before beginning a long and accomplished career in the television and film industry. Beginning as a Script Supervisor, he later directed episodic television as a proud member of the DGA. In retirement, he found great joy and fulfillment serving the community of South Los Angeles at St. Lawrence of Brindisi. Ken was one of the founding members of the Friends of St. Lawrence - Watts Youth Center, a group that provides education and enrichment programs for the youth of an underrepresented community. Ken and his beautiful wife of 58 years, Dr. Ann Gilbert, were deeply committed to their marriage, spending 10 years involved in Marriage Encounter. Here they participated in weekend retreats so as to help others deepen their bond as married couples. This commitment also resulted in a close-knit family that loves to come together not only to celebrate special occasions, but to simply share a meal, watch a game or talk and laugh about the week. The family will toast him each and every Wine Friday no matter where they are. Ken's generous spirit, his humor, kindness, affable good nature will be missed. Ken is survived by the love of his life Ann, his children Theresa Howe, Delan Hilliard, Ken Gilbert, and Christina Gilbert, their spouses, his grandchildren Cameron, Tess, Jake, Joanie, Trey, Kate, Ella, Isaac, Eden, and his beloved brother Doyle Gilbert. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Friends of St. Lawerence-Watts Youth Center ( .

GILBERT, Kenneth (Gilbert Clarence Kenneth)
Born: 6/19/1932, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Died: 9/14/2019, Los Angles, California, U.S.A.

Kenneth Gilbert western – script supervisor:
Legend (TV) 1995