Looking back at the show, did you think people would hold it in such high regard 20 years later? Head: I remember the first time when we were doing the first half-hour presentation — because they wouldn't give us enough money to do a full pilot!
() It was a midseason pickup and nobody thought it was anything.
Absorbing the contents of her late father’s house on top of the chaos wrought by three young children had left the family home crowded and Sally feeling defeated.
For those who have fallen in love with Joss Whedon's cult vampire hit, the memory of meeting Sarah Michelle Gellar's Buffy (and Mr. Nobody really thought anything of this thing so putting us into warehouses in Santa Monica didn't seem like that big of a stretch.
Pointy) are as vivid today as they were when it first premiered 20 years ago this week. Because everyone thought, "Well, how long would we be here? Twenty years ago, computer-generated images aren't what they are now, and time and money did not go nearly as far as they do now.
Other shows included revivals of "Carousel" (1957) and "The King and I" (1960)," plus straight acting roles in "Any Wednesday" (1965) and "Little Murders" (1967). Hardin's character, Bronco Layne, also appeared on the programs "Cheyenne" and "Sugarfoot." On the big screen, he starred in "PT 109" (1963), "Palm Springs Weekend" (1963) and "Battle of the Bulge" (1964). July 25, 2017: Hywel Bennett, a British actor who first came to public attention in the '60s playing wide-eyed young men, has died at age 73.
Later, she had a career rebirth as cabaret singer, playing Manhattan's toniest nightspots and recording an acclaimed series of albums. He later settled in Prescott and formed an anti-government group that evolved into the Arizona Patriots militia movement. He appeared as Hayley Mills' first onscreen husband in "The Family Way" (1966); the two later starred in "Twisted Nerve" (1968) and "Endless Night" (1972). 3, 2017: Robert Hardy, a veteran British stage and screen actor who played Cornelius Fudge in the "Harry Potter" movies, has died.