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Here Come the Brides

Here Come the Brides

The Bolt brothers, Jason, Joshua, and Jeremy, run a family logging company on the land they own, Bridal Veil Mountain near Seattle. When their loggers threatens to quit, they're forced to borrow money from the sawmill owner, Aaron Stemple, to bring in 100 would-be brides from the East Coast. However, Stemple puts a condition on the money: if all of the women aren't married off in a year, ownership of Bridal Veil Mountain reverts to him. The Bolts must make sure their business succeeds, get the women married, and thwart Stemple's attempts to sabotage the entire scheme.

(l to r: Bobby Sherman, David Soul, Robert Brown)

Episode Info

Final: 2x26 -- Two Women (Apr/03/1970)

Robert Brown (1)Robert Brown (1)
As Jason Bolt
Bobby ShermanBobby Sherman
As Jeremy Bolt
David SoulDavid Soul
As Joshua Bolt
Bridget HanleyBridget Hanley
As Candy Pruitt
Mark LenardMark Lenard
As Aaron Stempel
Joan BlondellJoan Blondell
As Lottie Hatfield
Henry BeckmanHenry Beckman
As Clancey (season 2)
Susan TolskySusan Tolsky
As Biddie Cloom (season 2)

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Developer: N. Richard Nash
Executive Producer: Bob Claver
Producer: Paul Junger Witt, Stan Schwimmer
Associate Producer: Robert Jon Carlson (1), Frank Hill
Casting: Ernest Losso, Burt Metcalfe
Unit Production Manager: James Hogan, Gilbert Mandelik
Music: Shorty Rogers

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Recurring Guests

Hoke Howell as Ben (13 eps)
Susan Tolsky as Biddie (9 eps)
Henry Beckman as Clancey (9 eps)
Robert Biheller as Corky (8 eps)
Cynthia Hull as Ann (7 eps)
Carolyne Barry as Franny (5 eps)
Patti Cohoon as Molly Pruitt (4 eps)
Eric Chase (3) as Christopher Pruitt (3 eps)
Hagan Beggs as Davey Hingle (2 eps)
Edward Asner as Balter (2 eps)

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Warning: Here Come the Brides guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 25, 1968
Ended: September 18, 1970
• As Noivas Chegaram (Used In Brazil)
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