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New Palin Show To Be Alaska Documentary
TheCypressTimes.com ^ | 03/04/2010 | Ron Devito

Posted on 03/04/2010 9:47:57 AM PST by Patriot1259

Not "Keeping Up with The Palin's"! New show would showcase Alaska.

Widespread reports are circulating that Governor Palin is shopping a TV series with the networks in Los Angeles. Many reports have misled the public that this is a reality show about the Palin family.

(Excerpt) Read more at thecypresstimes.com ...


TOPICS: Politics; Society; TV/Movies
KEYWORDS: alaska; markburnett; palin; realitytv; sarahpalin

1 posted on 03/04/2010 9:47:57 AM PST by Patriot1259
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To: Patriot1259

She’s taking a leaf from the late Republican Gov. Jay Hammond (1974-1982, architect of the Alaska Permanent Fund)

“Jay Hammond’s Alaska” ran on PBS in the late eighties. I hear it was pretty good.

They must have known each other, they have more than a little in common.


2 posted on 03/04/2010 9:51:48 AM PST by sinanju
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To: sinanju
It appears that Governor Palin is emulating THIS GUY:

From www.coopersjd.com:

Death Valley Days is a long-running American radio and television anthology about true stories of the old American West, particularly the Death Valley area.

It was created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman and ran on radio until 1945. It ran from 1952 to 1975 as a syndicated television series.

The 558 television stories, which had different actors, were introduced by a host. The longest-running was "The Old Ranger" from 1952-1965, played by Stanley Andrews...

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... Following the departure of Andrews, Ronald Reagan became the host.

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...Death Valley Days is, judging from sheer number of episodes broadcast, by far the most successful syndicated television Western, the most successful television Western ever in the half-hour format, and arguably the most successful syndication of any genre in the history of the U.S. television market (Baywatch had a larger international market among U.S.-produced syndicated programs).

Presented by:
Stanley Andrews (1952-1965)
Ronald Reagan (1965-1966)
Robert Taylor (1966-1969)
Dale Robertson (1969-1972)

3 posted on 03/04/2010 11:36:35 AM PST by RonDog
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To: RonDog

And, she also has a new book deal.


4 posted on 03/04/2010 3:46:00 PM PST by JaneNC (I)
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