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Yentl Trailer - Directed by Barbra Streisand and starring Mandy Patinkin, Nehemiah Persoff, Steven Hill, Allan Corduner, David de Keyser.
Hot on the heels of CBS/Paramount's Gunsmoke 's season ten comes Gunsmoke: The Eleventh Season (Volumes 1 & 2), the series' fifth year after transitioning from a 30-minute show to an hour one, and the last season in black-and-white. Compared to today's standard 22-24-episode season run (with cable series having even shorter "seasons" of as few as 10 episodes) with 40-minute running times (minus the commercials), Gunsmoke , during its 1965-66 season, cranked out thirty-two... With that kind of grueling production schedule, it was impossible to prominently feature star James Arness in every episode - he would have dropped dead from exhaustion. So with the shift to the hour format, Gunsmoke became a quasi-anthology series, with many more episodes built around other characters living or passing through Dodge City. Those shows, more than ever, depended on the writing and producing end of things than the guest stars to carry the day. Probably for this reason, Gunsmoke 's ratings began to slip. It had been the number one show in the prime-time ratings race from 1957 through 1960, and was number three in 1961, but by its tenth year had slipped to number 27, and ranked 30th in its eleventh year. In 2015, a series with those kinds of numbers is to die for. And, nevertheless, Gunsmoke still proved more than capable of producing the best Western drama on television. Though erratic, several eleventh season episodes easily rank among the series' best. I've sung Gunsmoke 's praises nineteen (. ) times before, having reviewed the first season , the the second season, volumes 1 and 2 , the third season, volumes 1 and 2 , the fourth season, volumes 1 and 2 , the fifth season, volumes 1 and 2 , the... As before, most episodes' stories continue to revolve around one of the show's four principal characters: Dodge City's Marshal, Matt Dillon's (James Arness). More so than in the earlier, half-hour Gunsmoke s, one-shot characters played by guest stars assumed larger roles in the teleplays. Matt, Kitty, Doc, and Festus were more often on the sidelines, with the guest characters conferring. Source: www.dvdtalk.com
This watercolor by Nehemiah Persoff is indicative of the 15 paintings the Cambria resident has donated for an upcoming auction to show appreciation for the artists who helped change his life. LEE SUTTER — Special to The Cambrian
Guest stars include semi-regulars Glenn Strange, Hank Patterson, Roy Barcroft, and others; also Morgan Woodward, Forrest Tucker, Stuart Margolin, Tim McIntire, Ruth Warrick, Jack Elam, Paul Fix, Nehemiah Persoff, Warren Oates, Bruce Dern, Ed Begley,
Nehemiah Persoff, Actor: Some Like It Hot. Born in 1919 (some sources say 1920) in Jerusalem, Nehemiah Persoff immigrated with his family to America in 1929.
Nehemiah Persoff (born August 2, 1919) is a Jerusalem-born American actor.
Nehemiah Persoff devoted fifty years of his life to the art of acting on stage, screen and television. For the last fifteen years he has focused his talent ...
Born in 1919 (some sources say 1920) in Jerusalem, Nehemiah Persoff immigrated with his family to America in 1929. Following schooling at the Hebrew Technical ...