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Brisco County Jr

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Jose uncredited 1 episode, Michael Sorce Bar Patron uncredited 1 episode, John Vargas Mendosa uncredited 1 episode, Craig Adelberg Bank Employee Hostage uncredited 1 episode, Tony Brubaker Anthony Brubaker uncredited 1 episode, Lou Cass Drunk Womanizer uncredited 1 episode, Bruce Gray Courtmartial Panel Member uncredited 1 episode, Ryal Haakenson Pedestrian uncredited 1 episode, Kane Hodder Gambler 1 uncredited 1 episode, James Lew Chan Man uncredited 1 episode, Coleman McClary Outlaw uncredited 1 episode, Bob Telford Townie uncredited 1 episode, Michael T.

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One Season Wonders. Share this page:. Clear your history. Lord Bowler 27 episodes, Socrates Poole 27 episodes, Comet 27 episodes, Albert Wickwire 7 episodes, Dixie Cousins 7 episodes, Peter Hutter 7 episodes, John Bly 6 episodes, Whip Morgan 6 episodes, Ginger Breakstone 4 episodes, Sheriff Aaron Viva 3 episodes, Cartwright 3 episodes, Ellie 3 episodes, Lee Pow 4 episodes, Will Swill 2 episodes, Big Smith 4 episodes, Rita Avnet 2 episodes, Professor Ogden Coles 2 episodes, Bill Swill 2 episodes, President Cleveland 2 episodes, General Quarry 2 episodes, Sherman Paulson 2 episodes, Francis Kilbride 2 episodes, Phil Swill 2 episodes, Jennifer Hart 2 episodes, Reginald 2 episodes, Katrina Schwenke 2 episodes, Kenyon Drummond 2 episodes, Ethan Emerson 2 episodes, Ilsa Schwenke 2 episodes, Carlos Falco 2 episodes, Colonel March 2 episodes, Chava 2 episodes, Maria 2 episodes, Richard Grimes 2 episodes, Jonah Collier 1 episode, Meg O'Brien 1 episode, Matt Carter 1 episode, Blackbeard LaCutte 1 episode, Crystal Hawks 1 episode, Puel 1 episode, Annie Cavendish 1 episode, Tommy Trahern 1 episode, Nevada Cooper 1 episode, Ned Zed 1 episode, Brett Bones 1 episode, Bishop Brackman 1 episode, Sheriff Jenny Taylor 1 episode, Iphigenia Poole 1 episode, Cassie Crow 1 episode, Juno Dawkins 1 episode, Doc McCoy 1 episode, Clayton Sims 1 episode, Winston Smiles 1 episode, Frances McCabe 1 episode, Billy Monahan 1 episode, Lillian Coles 1 episode, Betty O'Donnell 1 episode, Karina 1 episode, Bobby Swan 1 episode, Rosalind Peters 1 episode, Judge Silot Gatt 1 episode, Sketch 1 episode, Wylie Turner 1 episode, Olaf Brackman 1 episode, Frenchy Bearpaux 1 episode, Emma Steed 1 episode, Dolly Cousins 1 episode, Shannon Trahern 1 episode, Dianna Grayson 1 episode, Roy Hondo 1 episode, Sam Travis 1 episode, Mongoose 1 episode, Beck 1 episode, Utah Johnny Montana's Assistant 1 episode, Jason Barkley 1 episode, Mary Sims 1 episode, Casey 1 episode, Sheriff Bumper 1 episode, Sally Dane 1 episode, Jack Randolph 1 episode, Donovan Joe 1 episode, Randy Hatchett 1 episode, Simon Wolfe 1 episode, The stunt impressed the casting director so much that during each subsequent audition, Campbell was asked to do the flip again.

In his final audition, Campbell assured the network executives that if hired for the role, he would work hard to make the show a success.

I can't imagine Brisco having ever existed without him. He had researched black cowboys for a project in college and used that knowledge in his portrayal of Bowler.

Carry said that Bowler was similar to the real-life black deputy U. Marshal Bass Reeves , in that "Reeves always got his man and would often pull off incredible tricks to bring people in.

He had no knowledge of Campbell, but approved of the choice for the leading man after watching Army of Darkness. He later told Starlog , "I saw that he would be very good with the physical stuff and that he could deliver a one-liner.

I knew the situation would be good. According to Cary Darling, a television critic, this attitude is different from serious Westerns and "may hew more to the truth than one might think".

He said historians have noted that black cowboys were common and that conflicts with white cowboys were rare. Christian Clemenson as Socrates Poole : Clemenson went to Harvard with Cuse but still went through the normal audition channels to get the part of Poole.

Clemenson was apprehensive about pursuing one of the lead roles in a television show because of the long time commitments involved.

He later said, "The similarities between this show and The Wild Wild West , and my character to that show's Artemus Gordon, was an important hook for me.

It was one of my favorite shows growing up, and as soon as I saw that Brisco County was based on the same kind of material and attitude as that show, I called my agent and said, 'I'll do anything I have to do to get this.

Praising Clemenson's work on Brisco , Cuse said, "You can't give him anything he's not capable of doing. He adds the voice of intelligence and caution to balance our cast".

Cuse said that he and the writers enjoyed paying homage to the television star of their childhoods: "For us, it was like, 'Oh wow, we get to meet John Astin in the guise of employing him on this show!

In , Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was released in the cinemas. Greenblatt wanted a show that had a style similar to the Indiana Jones movies.

This gave Boam and Cuse the idea to combine the genres. Boam and Cuse did not intend for the series to be historically accurate. Their aim was to create an action-adventure with a modern feel.

We see it as a contemporary program. Our characters just happen to be living in the West with s sensibilities.

The Indiana Jones movies were period pieces too, but you never thought of them that way. Boam said, "In the two-hour pilot Brisco doesn't even once have to shoot his gun.

Our violence is cartoonish. There is no pain and suffering. Cuse served as show runner and head writer. Boam, who served as executive producer, also contributed scripts for the show.

They followed Cuse's informal instruction that the tone of the show remain "just under over-the-top": the series would be humorous but not too campy.

Every member of the staff participated in breaking down and analyzing the stories they conceived. Worth commented, "there was a very high percentage of ideas that worked in the room and got translated to paper that worked when you put them on film.

That doesn't always happen. Each episode of Brisco was filmed in seven days, so the turn-around time for scripts was one week. He said the writing team felt the television audience was ready for a "trans-genre form", because much of the audience grew up with Lethal Weapon , Star Trek , and The Wild Wild West.

Porter and Porter describe the novel as an "ancestor text", because the characters of Brisco and Bly both refer to it, and say that this type of literary device is used again by Cuse in Lost.

One of the challenges the writers faced was scaling down their ideas to make them feasible for production. Cuse said that he let such ideas flourish because of his relative inexperience with writing for television series.

An example given by the writers was Boam's idea for a full-sized "pirate ship on wheels". The writers quickly realized they needed to scale the idea down to something the production designers could create.

They settled on putting a full pirate crew on a stagecoach with cannons. Kern said it was better to "shoot past the mark, and come back to it, rather than start below it".

He elaborated on this, saying, "if you envision the foot galleon and go back from that, you'll always end up with more than if you start out with a pirate on a horse.

As the series progressed during its broadcast season, the writers received frequent notes and directives from Fox network executives calling for increases and decreases in the science-fiction, comedy and traditional Western elements.

Cuse said, "I think we did a particularly good job of maintaining continuity with all the schizophrenic notes we were getting from the network.

Cuse said, "We were biting off more than we could chew All these things added too many elements to serve simultaneously.

It was one of the last Western shows to use the backlot. Comet was portrayed by five horses, each with a different talent.

The main horse was Copper, chosen by veteran wrangler Gordon Spencer because it was calm and gentle. Campbell nicknamed the horse "Leadbelly" due to its ability to remain calm during action or dialogue scenes.

Another horse, Boss, was used for long-range shots, chase scenes, and elaborate stunts, such as leaps through windows. Ace was called in when the crew had to shoot scenes in which the horse reared.

Near the end of the season, a horse named Comet was trained, its name chosen so that the horse would get used to hearing it on set.

According to Spencer, all those stunts "as well as tying the knots and opening the door and going into rooms and all of that" were done by Strip.

For these scenes, Spencer would stand off-camera and use a stick to signal Strip. Campbell had a special pocket sewn into his costume and filled it with grain to reward Strip after every take.

With white colorings on his nose and legs, Strip's appearance was chosen for Brisco's steed; Copper and the other horses were touched up with "clown white" greasepaint to match Strip's markings.

Foley artist Casey Crabtree provided sounds for horse hoof movements, work that was praised by sounds effects industry expert David Yewdall. Two props of the Orb were made.

One of the prop Orbs was used for stunts and had retractable rods. A second version was manufactured from cast bronze, making it heavy: "You really didn't want to have to handle it," Campbell said.

The rocket car seen in the pilot episode was built by special effects coordinator Kam Cooney and was a working vehicle with an internal combustion engine and throttle controls.

Some items used in the show had been repurposed from older productions, and some would later be used in other shows. For example, the steam locomotive seen in the pilot episode was the same as the one used in Back to the Future Part III.

Stephen Graziano and Velton Ray Bunch composed original music for the series. Composed by Randy Edelman , the distinctive theme music gained recognition beyond the show's following; in the mids, NBC Sports had commissioned Edelman to compose theme music for its NFL coverage.

At the time, NBC had often used excerpts from film scores as theme music for its sports broadcasts, and had used a portion of Edelman's Gettysburg score for the Breeder's Cup.

A portfolio Edelman sent NBC included the Brisco theme, and by it was being used during coverage of the Olympics; the theme would be retired after the games.

NBC used it again as the theme for their coverage of the World Series. Edelman said, "It was original, and it seemed to have the right spirit.

It's got a very flowing melody, it's triumphant, and it has a certain warmth. And it has at the end of it, what all television things like this have, a 'button', an ending flourish that works really well if they need to chop it down into a second thing.

As the season progressed, the ratings declined, greatly hurting the show's chances of being renewed. He said not many people watch television at that time, so "fighting for numbers" then was "like being stuck on Normandy beach".

By May of that year, Grushaw said renewing Brisco was a 50—50 call. Brisco ' s writers were planning for another season before the show's cancellation.

They had not penned the ending of the first season as a finale for the series and had broad ideas for the second season, which would have featured Brisco settling in as the sheriff of a small town.

Writer and supervising producer Brad Kern reflected on the show's cancellation, saying, "Ten years later, everybody you talk to I think that was the biggest disappointment about the show not coming back.

We knew we were doing something special. He told writer Joe Nazzaro, "It really woke me up as a director, almost spiritually", and that directing for Brisco was a large contributing factor to his success as a regular director on The X-Files.

Manners said, "When they didn't give it a second year, I was devastated", adding that he wished Cuse would have made a feature film based on Brisco.

Some shows just sort of fall through the cracks in the right away and they kind of stay on the air long enough to aggregate an audience.

I think if circumstances had been different, Brisco could have had a much longer life. This led to correspondence with Cuse, who also wanted to get a DVD set produced.

The release includes commentary tracks from Campbell and Cuse; an interactive menu of Brisco's signature references narrated by Campbell; The History of Brisco County, Jr.

In July , Brisco ' s two-hour pilot was screened for television critics in Los Angeles. Petersburg Times praised the show's "intelligent, satirical asides".

The pilot's science-fiction plot elements were appreciated by New York magazine, which wrote favorably about the " millenarianism " of the show, including Brisco's use of a rocket to travel on railroad tracks.

While Rod Dreher of the Washington Times liked the "nifty" Orb subplot, [75] some critics responded negatively to the Orb. The Washington Post ' s Shales called the Orb "hokey supernatural bunk".

While TV Guide ' s Jeff Jarvis roundly praised the quality of the pilot and called Brisco his favorite Fox show of , he criticized the pilot for being "padded with outlaws and mysterious orbs".

Entertainment Weekly ' s Ken Tucker enjoyed the "nervy attempt to do something different with the TV Western" in the pilot and said that "Brisco County is less a satire of the Western's cliches than a revitalization of them.

Quill noted that the pilot includes "every cliche in the western movie arsenal", but that "everything, from characters to plot turns, is skewed away from the norm", and that the pilot episode rose above the level of western spoof to become an "outrageously confident tribute to Not this one.

Brisco is a Western with a sense of humor, filled with impish action for kids and adults. The Wall Street Journal reviewed a host of Westerns from and and said that Brisco was "the most sheer fun of the bunch", calling it "a period piece with slick production values and a mix of drama and humor, fast pace and high camp".

Mitchell acknowledged the show's "quick reflexes", but said the humor was "uncomfortable" with a "cynical quickness". He added, " Brisco County relieves us of the burden of laughing.

It spends too much time looking at itself in the mirror, admiring its own adorable dimpled half-smile. Viewership figures for Brisco fell as its season progressed and in , it was listed in TV Guide ' s annual "Save Our Shows" article.

Writing in USA Today , Matt Roush encouraged readers to watch the low-rated show, saying that families should watch it rather than "that interchangeable T.

He said, "Brisco is mighty lavish but even more mightily loony, happily saddled with broad sight gags and tortured puns.

He said, " Brisco refuses to behave like a normal Western, mixing in sci-fi, slapstick, and He said the show should have been a hit, but that the Friday night time slot hampered its ratings.

Brisco was criticized early on for the violence it portrayed; meant to be comical, a scene in the pilot in which four villains accidentally kill each other in a crossfire troubled critics instead.

Cuse insisted that the show was still appropriate for children, saying, "I think we're very conscious of violence and I think we've made an effort to avoid violence in the pilot and in the future episodes".

Senator Byron Dorgan singled out Brisco as the most violent show on television based on a study at Minnesota's Concordia University , in which students watched hours of network and cable programming, [90] during the week of September 28 to October 4, Cuse called the criticism "patently ridiculous", noting that only one episode of the show was viewed, in which a boxing match takes place.

Each punch and jab was counted as an act of violence. Cuse spoke out against legislation to curb television violence, saying that politicians were "chasing a false objective".

He said it was the job of a show's producer to control the moral content of a television program and the parents' duty to monitor what their children watch.

Senator wants FCC to issue report card, name sponsors". In the letter, entitled "'Brisco County' Is a Family-Oriented Series", Cuse objected to the newspaper story title labeling Brisco as the "bloodiest series".

He said that Senator Dorgan's press release did not mention blood and that the show's violence should be viewed in context.

Cuse added the show had been listed as family friendly in other publications, and that he read every viewer letter sent regarding the show.

After 15 original airings, I have not received one single letter criticizing the show on the grounds of violence or violent content. As he operated on his "own internal moral principles", the measures would not affect his week-to-week work.

Writing in People magazine in , Craig Tomashoff said the cancellation of Brisco was "one of the tragedies going into [the —] TV season". Tomashoff suggested that the show influenced UPN 's Legend , another Western series with comedy and science fiction elements.

Darling reviewed the show, describing it as "a witty, multiracial Western that tempered its fisticuffs with fantasy, its innocence with irony, and its romantic vision of the Old West with an abiding New World faith in the future's infinite possibilities".

When the series was released on DVD, critics remembered it fondly. Video Librarian called Brisco "criminally short-lived" and "wildly entertaining".

In a interview with Houston Chronicle , Bruce Campbell voiced an interest in reviving the series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For the place, see Briscoe County, Texas. For the character, see Brisco County, Jr. American weird western television series.

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Nach meiner Meinung lassen Sie den Fehler zu. Geben Sie wir werden es besprechen.

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