No, I didn't know that. Very cool. I watched the leprechan episode last week. I'd never seen the whole episode before. I liked it very much, particularly Joe hiding in the trees calling to Hoss.Julianna wrote: ↑Sat Jul 06, 2019 10:00 pmThis was specifically written for PR by his friend Robert Baron. You may recall he also wrote “Hoss and The Leprechauns “ which Pernell brought in for David Dortort to read.janet0312 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 05, 2019 2:21 pmSaw this episode on MeTV this afternoon. I've come to the conclusion that PR was an avid fan of old movies because his mannerisms reflect some of the old time movie stars. In this episode he seems to be channeling John Barrymore. The film "Twentieth Century" (1934) comes to mind, one of those screwball comedies of the day. There's a little bit of Melvin Douglas in PR and maybe a smidgen of Bugs Bunny. There was another episode of Bonanza where I felt sure that PR was a fan of Laurel & Hardy, but I can't remember which one. Forgive me. I am old. But Pernell is a treasure. So fun to watch.
He was an ACTOR.
Throw in drop dead gorgeous.
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