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Henry Fonda and the Deputy-The Film and Stage Star and His TV Western

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"I enjoyed working with Henry Fonda and Allen Case on the series and I know you'll enjoy Glenn Mosley's book on The Deputy." - from the Foreword by Read Morgan "Henry Fonda did a TV show?" For years, that's been the reaction of many people when they learned that the Hollywood and Broadway legend starred in his own television series. Henry Fonda surprised a lot of people in ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published October 20th 2010 by BearManor Media
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Lee Goldberg
The Deputy was a 1959 series that starred Fonda, then a major movie star, as U.S. Marshal and was created by Norman Lear and Roland Kibbee, who would go on to great success themselves. But despite the hoopla surrounding Fonda's decision to do a TV series, it was something of a bait-and-switch. He only appeared as the lead in six of the first season's 39 episodes and did cameos in the others. Most of the screen time was filled by Allen Case as his deputy. But viewers weren't tuning in to see Case ...more
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