Then Came Bronson

Then Came Bronson

MIchael Parks starred in this 1969-70 drama series which aired on NBC and ran for 26 episodes. Then Came Bronson was about reporter Jim Bronson (Parks) who quits his job as an obituary writer for a San Francisco newspapter after the suicide of a close friend. Bronson then hopped on his motorcycle and set out across America hoping to discover the meaning of life and frequently stopped to help others do the same along his way.

Episode Info

Final: 1x26 -- What's an Ark Without Centaurs? (Apr/01/1970)

Hired to help renovate a yacht, Bronson gets involved in the squabbles between a father and a daughter over her involvement in a Buddhist sect.
Michael ParksMichael Parks
As Jim Bronson
Michael ParksMichael Parks
As Jim Bronson

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Creator: Denne Bart Petitclerc
Producer: Robert H. Justman, Robert Sabaroff
Associate Producer: Philip D. Fehrle
Casting: Joseph D'Agosta
Unit Production Manager: John G. Wilson
Music Supervisor: Harry V. Lojewski
Set Decorator: John M. Dwyer, Robert R. Benton
Other: John D. Dunning
Director of Photography: Lamar Boren

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Recurring Guests

Leonard Stone as Cafe Owner (2 eps)
Robert Hooks as Henry Tate (2 eps)
Lee Duncan (1) as Arthur Tate (2 eps)
Jessica Walter as Morgana (2 eps)
Zalman King as Warren (2 eps)
Mark Allen (1) as Deputy (2 eps)
Paul Gleason as Deputy (2 eps)
Stuart Nisbet as Garage owner (2 eps)
John Wheeler as Herbert Perry (2 eps)
Phillip Pine as Adams Ambridge (2 eps)

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