The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams: Season 2
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Dan Haggerty stars in The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, an adventure/nature series that follows the exploits of an unfairly accused man who chooses to live exiled in the wilderness rather than stand trial for a crime he did not commit. Along the way, he discovers and adopts an orphaned grizzly bear cub that he names Ben. Assisted by an old trader known as Mad Jack Denver Pyle and his blood brother Nakoma Don Shanks, Adams and Ben learn to live in complete harmony with nature.
As a mid-season replacement for NBC in 1977, The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams was an immediate hit. Encouraged by the show's performance against ABC's stalwart, The Bionic Woman, and the undeniable chemistry between Haggerty and Ben, the network expanded the show into a regular weekly series beginning that Fall. Though the characters and plots were undeniably simple, it was this combination that the show's audience craved and responded to by tuning in religiously.
Timeless Media Group is proud to present, for the first time and in its entirety, the second season of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.
Bonus Material: Interview with Dan Haggerty.
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This second season as the first one was, based on a stirring message of appreciation and respect for Mother Earth and its many creatures, is a total ecological and drama success.
The story of Grizzly Adams includes an educational message of respect for all of nature and its cute creatures, actually these shows are as a cold shower, the opposite of what is termed so-called reality; competition, greed, toxic waste, etc; all in disregard for Mother Earth, and its creatures including other humans.
Then we have Denver Pyle, or Mad Jack, as the second dog on the show who delivers an amusing routine worthy of an Emmy award. Jack obviously enjoys putting up a rough front yet behind that roughness we can see there is a gentle, caring man.
These great televisions series, based on the life of a real nineteen century woodsman who found refuge from civilization in the Sierra Nevada mountains and who also raised and trained Grizzly bears and other wild animals, are highly recommended.
my 6 year old is really enjoying these. with all the garbage on tv today, it is really nice to have some wholesome tv to share with her. she was a little scared at some of the show content at first (like wild animals attacking or little kids getting lost in the wild) but we assured her it would all turn out alright, and the animals were all friendly. It is nice to know that nothing gruesome or truly scary is going to happen when your child's tender little eyes are watching.