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.
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.
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a huge classic showRating: 1 likes, 0 dislikes
The story of this fictitious character – Mr. Bronson is such a huge classic show in the television history. Although it had some screwed moments, it still capture many heart of teenagers like me during that era. Then Came Bronson will always live in the hearts of its viewers who lived in Michael Park's role as a lost soul. It’s really something to cherish. I purchased a copy of this show at http://www.dvdbooth.com/Drama/THEN_CAME_BRONSON_DVD_COLLECTION/ which gave me a lot of surprise! Because the DVDs I received is made of great quality so I feel lucky to have it! The lack of fierceness of this movie should live up to today’s TV show standards which is very rare. Nothing beats this show! Read more
Review posted on Sunday, May 26th 2013 at 12:46 am
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