Beth Brickell

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VIDEO: Hawaii Five-0: A' ale Ma'a Wau

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Hawaii Five-0: A' ale Ma'a Wau
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Length: 43:40
Aired: 9/21/1971

A Five-0 murder investigation leads the team to help a Texas Ranger who comes to the island to find his missing daughter. Meanwhile, Kono and Adam fight to stay alive when their hidden location is discovered. Tim Daly guest stars. watch

VIDEO: Marcus Welby, M.D. Season Two: The Worth Of A Man

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Marcus Welby, M.D. Season Two: The Worth Of A Man
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Length: 50:00
Aired: 9/29/1970

Even after Welby tells him he has a terminal disease, an attorney refuses to step down from a case. watch

VIDEO: Wrong Train to Brimstone

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Wrong Train to Brimstone
Free | Xfinity
Length: 50:26
Aired: 2/4/1971

Heyes and Curry pose as special agents hired to thwart a train robbery. watch

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Death Game: The Party's Over
Death Game
Mr. Christmas - Trailer (2012)
Death Game: 5/28/2009

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Wrong Train to Brimstone
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Marcus Welby, M.D. Season Two: The Worth Of A Man

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Credits

Year Title Description
2005 Mr. Christmas Movie, Producer
2005 Mr. Christmas Movie, Writer
2005 Mr. Christmas Movie, Director
1977 Death Game Movie, Actor - Karen Manning
1975 Posse Movie, Actor - Mrs. Ross

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Who were the stars of Gentle ...

Question: Who were the stars of Gentle Ben?


Answer: Now, there's a question, Trina. You see, ostensibly Dennis Weaver, Beth Brickell, Clint Howard and Rance Howard were the stars of the CBS series, which ran from September 1967 to August 1969 and focused on the adventures of an Everglades family and their bear pal, Ben. But since it was an Ivan Tors production (Flipper, Daktari), it meant the bear was the real star. In fact, Tors reportedly used to greet the bear before the actors whenever he visited the set because, he said, he had known read more

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