Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Here Come The Brides
|Aaron Stempel made a bet with the Bolt brothers that they would bring back 100 girls and keep them in Seattle for one whole year. What did the Bolts stand to lose if they failed?||"Here Come The Brides" Part 1
Bridal Veil Mountain. During the first season of the show, there were many plots centered around Stempel trying to find a way to make sure he won that bet!
New Bedford. In real life, the town that brides were found was Lowell, Massachusetts.
Whiskey. No one loved a drink as much as the dear old Captain and he could be persuaded to do almost anything by anyone buying the drinks!
2. There were only two seasons and 52 episodes from 1968-1971. What were they thinking when they canceled it?
Lottie's. The saloon/hotel was run by Lottie Hatfield and was the center of activity in Seattle.
Bolt. The Bolt brothers were the main male characters and very easy on the eye!
Seattle. The show was based on the true story of brides being brought to Seattle from New England because of the shortage of women after the Civil War.
Ned. Father Ned came to visit in the episode called "The Wealthiest Man in Seattle."
Holly Houston. Holly, a lady trapper, came to town with three children who she claimed Jason had fathered in the episode "And Jason Makes Five."
Biddie Cloom. This was revealed in the episode "Debt of Honor." Biddie hoped to be the town librarian because of her knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System.
Candy's little brother and sister, Christopher and Molly, arrived. This was the second time a wedding between Candy and Jeremy was postponed, in the episode "A Far Cry From Yesterday." The first time was in the first season episode "The Log Jam."
Ellen. This was revealed when Aaron told Jason about Ellen being killed by Apaches near Tucson.
Katherine. Katherine, Lottie's secret daughter, was mentioned in the episode "The She Bear." Joan Blondell, who played Lottie, was nominated for an Emmy for this episode.
A doctor. Jason returns to Seattle with a female doctor, much to everyone's shock.
He stuttered. Bobby Sherman, who played Jeremy, researched stuttering in order to play this role.
|"Here Come The Brides", which took place in 1800s Seattle, is about the Bolt brothers, who owned a logging camp, bringing 100 marriageable women from New England to Seattle because of the lack of women in the Pacific Northwest. What is the name of the ship used for this voyage?||"Here Come The Brides" Part 2
The Shamus O'Flynn. Captain Roland Francis Clancey was the gruff, but lovable ship captain.