A History of Television’s The Virginian 1962-1971 by Paul Green

James Drury – The Virginian
“I really enjoyed your book. It is comprehensive and a valuable resource for anyone interested in studying The Virginian.”

Frank Price – Executive Producer
“I am very impressed with it. You did a great job of research on The Virginian and it is certainly apparent in the book. It is a work that reflects your high standards.”

Joel Rogosin – ‘The Virginian’ producer, writer & director
“I’m pleased to have added your wonderfully detailed and nostalgic book to my shelves. Congratulations on this remarkable effort! I’m having a great time leafing through it. All in all, what a treat!”

Randy Boone – Randy Benton
“In my humble opinion the book was very interesting and very well written. I was fascinated. Thank you for writing the book.”

Sara Lane – Elizabeth Grainger
“My husband is reading the book avidly and loving it. It’s a wonderful book.”

This work accounts for the entire creative history of The Virginian, including the original inspirations and the motion picture adaptations–but the primary focus is its transformation into television and the ways in which the show changed over time.

Author interviews with and contributions from James Drury, Gary Clarke, Roberta Shore, Randy Boone, Sara Lane, Tane McClure, BarBara Luna, Frank Price, Joel Rogosin, Katherine Crawford and extensive episode guide includes title, air date, guest star(s), writers, producers, director and a brief synopsis of each of The Virginian’s 249 episodes, along with detailed cast and production credits.

ISBN: 978-0-7864-4680-3
Ebook ISBN: 978-0-7864-5799-1
57 photos, appendix, bibliography, index
300pp. softcover (7 x 10) 2010 [2006]

Available direct from publisher McFarland Co. Inc.. Amazon, Barnes & Noble and all good online bookstores.

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5 thoughts on “A History of Television’s The Virginian 1962-1971 by Paul Green”

    1. I don’t know what to make of this “announcement” Val. I click on the links and there’s nothing in pre-production.

  1. It’s gotten to the point that I’d rather see classic episodes of The Virginian than new episodes of A Game Of Thrones. Speaking of which, the only actor I can see playing am older Trampas is AGOTs Iain Glen. I can think of no young actor playing a young Trampas. Dougie was too good to have anybody fill his shoes.

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