August 5, 2004|
Lee is trying to help us all lower our cholesterol. Check out Natural Bionics
August 1, 2004
I just learned that Lee will not be attending the 24th Annual Hilton Head Celebrity Golf Tournament because he will be in Europe filming a movie. I don't have any information on the movie yet, but as soon as I do you will be the first to know.
I also recently learned that Lee did not go to Bulgeria to film Alien Apocalypse. I don't know the reason, but diector Josh Becker noted on his webiste that Lee could not make it.
July 05, 2004
Put some screen grabs from Trail to Hope Rose
June 23, 2004
I have added a page for The Trail to Hope Rose It was be aired on The Hallmark Channel July 3rd.
June 1, 2004
Lee is keeping busy! He is in Bulgaria filming Alien Apocalypse for the Sci Fi Channel. Go to Renee O'Connors website for updates on the filming. We will also keep you posted whenever information is received
Here is a little more info about "The Trail to Hope Rose" from the The Hallmark Channel site.
May 13, 2004
Some very exciting news:
William Shatner, who came on board "The Practice" as the irascible Denny Craine of the law firm Craine, Poole and Schmidt, is teaming with Robert Wagner and Lee Majors for an ABC MOW that was designed as a potential franchise called "ActionHeroes, Inc." It's about three ex TV heroes who open a private detective agency and solve cases by paying the roles which made them famous -- roles somewhat reminiscent of "Captain Kirk," "Jonathan Hart" and "The Six Million-Dollar Man." The heart of the movie (series) is the relationship among these three pals, who are fighting ageism, remembering lost love and loved ones and rediscovering what it means to be -- true heroes ... Fox TV is producing with Windmill Entertainment for ABC Craig Nevius is writer/producer.
May 3, 2004
DANVILLE, Ky., April 26th, 2004, 10:30 a.m.) -- The founder of a summer stock theater that drew aspiring actors such as John Travolta, Lee Majors and the late Jim Varney is dead at the age of 81.
Eben Henson died Sunday night at Ephraim McDowell Memorial Hospital at Danville following an illness.
Henson was a budding actor on Broadway and in film when he was called home to his native Danville by his ailing father. He started Pioneer Playhouse from scratch and did occasional film work on the side, including stunts such as alligator wrestling and underwater boxing.
The playhouse typically does five summer productions. It was the subject of a documentary, "Summerstock," by Henson's filmmaker son, Robby Henson, in 2002.
(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
April 26, 2004
Lee in a western to be aired July 4th
Ernest Borgnine saddles up to film Western for television
By Dave Mason
Scripps Howard News Service
Ernest Borgnine recalled when he needed a ladder to get on a horse. It was
several years ago on this same dusty street in a piece of the Old West
that lies about a half-hour north of Los Angeles.
"I need a little help at my age," Borgnine, 87, said about "The Last Great
Ride," filmed here in the late '90s for the USA network.
Wearing a cowboy hat, boots, vest and specs, Borgnine had just filmed
scenes for a new Western, "The Trail to Hope Rose."
And two weeks ago, Borgnine, Lee Majors and Lou Diamond Phillips were at
the National Park Service site to film the Western, a Hallmark Channel
movie about good vs. evil in a mining town. Also filmed in the Antelope
Valley, it will air July 4.
The film is about Keenan Deerfield (Phillips), who is released from prison
after serving time for armed robbery.
Determined to be a law-abiding citizen, he goes to Yuba City, a struggling
mining town. Borgnine plays Eugene, a rancher determined to help Keenan,
and Majors plays Toll, a soft-spoken marshal. Keenan doesn't plan to
become a hero but finds he has to be one to protect the town from the
Borgnine said the movie's theme of a good rancher trying to help a young
man drew him to the film. "It's down-to-earth," he said. "We tell an
honest story. It's good guys vs. bad guys."
Earlier, Phillips talked about the advantages of filming at Paramount
Ranch over the Santa Fe location of his last Western, "Young Guns II"
(1990). "We got lucky," he said. "We're working in a location without
The green hills, open sky, lack of any signs of the 21st century and the
proximity to Los Angeles make Paramount Ranch ideal for Westerns, producer
Jim Wilberger said.
There was just one minor problem, he said: The ranch, used last year for
HBO's "Carnivale," was in too good of shape. "We had to dirty it down a
lot to make it real," Wilberger said.
March 14, 2004
Looks like the episode of Married to the Kellys that Lee appears in will be aired March 26 on ABC. It doesn't really say what Lee's part is so we will have to wait and see
Married to the Kellys
Breckin Meyer, Kiele Sanchez, Sam Anderson
Nancy Lenehan, Emily Rutherfurd, Derek Waters
Chris loses his job but does not tell Mary; Susan frets about not having a long-term financial plan; Lewis decides to move out after Bill asks him to pay rent. Lee Majors guest stars.
Fri Mar 26 08:30P ABC
March 1, 2004
The Charlies Angels Bio Movie will be aired March 8th on NBC
February 15, 2004
Lee will be appearing in the ABC Friday night comedy Married to the Kellys Also appearing in the episode is Extra TV entertainment reporter Dayna Devon. Extra Tv has been airing "Dayna TV" in which Dayna has been appearing in numerous television shows. So far the only thing I know is that Dayna is playing Lee's girlfriend. Airdate and plot have not be announced yet. As soon as I hear anything I will let you know.
February 15, 2004
I saw Lee this weekend at the Frank Siantra Celebrity Golf Tournament in Palm Desert, CA. Lee looked great and seemed to be having a great time with the crowd. While he didn't have a lot of time to waste he signed as many autographs and took as many pictures as he could within the time limits of the tournament. This tournament is one of the celebrites and fans favorites. I took few pictures
February 1, 2004
Here are some details and Lees feelings on the Behind the scene Charlie Angeles TV Movie
January 28, 2004
The pilot for Lee's 1992 series "Raven" will be aired February 2nd on the Encore Action Channel. Check your local cable listings for time and channel.
January 17, 2004
Once again, Lee will be participating in the Frank Sinatra Celebrity Golf Tournament in Palm Desert on Feb. 13-15, 2004. This is a fun tournament for golfers and fans, and its for a great cause.