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« Antworten #30 am: 23. April 2016, 01:09:37 »

Danke sagen für die Infos. Sehr interessant. Hätte ich nicht gedacht!!!!
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« Antworten #31 am: 07. Mai 2016, 21:15:08 »

Ich könnte mir heute noch in den Hintern beißen, die Berichte auf mindspring.com zu Late Boomers nicht abgespeichert zu haben. Das waren erstklassige Infos, die nun für immer verschwunden sind. Selbst über archive.org kann man die Momentaufnahmen nicht mehr aufrufen.  weinen ärgern
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« Antworten #32 am: 07. Mai 2016, 23:16:37 »

Neeeeiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnnn weinen weinen weinen weinen weinen
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« Antworten #33 am: 08. Mai 2016, 01:00:09 »

Sch...ade weinen!
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« Antworten #34 am: 08. Juli 2016, 19:11:36 »

Habe gerade mal was ausgetestet. Obwohl der Link bzw. die Seite inzwischen tot ist/sind http://www.mindspring.com/~pashworth/lateboomers.html, kann man ihn über Umwege wieder aufrufen. Und zwar auf archive.org.  Freuen

http://web.archive.org/web/20020817024011/http://www.mindspring.com/~pashworth/lateboomers.html

Bevor es von dort wieder verschwindet und wir uns wieder ärgern müssen, kopiere ich mal alles hier in diesen Thread ein. 

Today's crop of rumors--non Trek!


By Army Archerd, Daily Variety Senior Columnist
Late changes on ``Late Boomers'' since Burt Reynolds' departure last weekend: Scott Bakula in talks Wednesday to replace Reynolds, and Michele Lee, who was to have played Reynolds' ex-wife, was let go. Lee's casting involved her taking days off her smash performance in B'way's ``Tales of the Allergist's Wife'' to wing to L.A. pilot rehearsals.
found on Yahoo News...

These next two emails arrived the day I moved. I was hustling to get them posted before I packed up the computer so the movers could put it on the truck. Good thing I woke up early!



Audience Wanted for Scott Pilot

Hi! This is Susan at the audience company that is looking for Scott Bakula fans in the Los Angeles area to come to his new TV show pilot.
We need to get the word out to as many fans as possible ASAP to help make this show a success! Details are listed below. Please post/forward this notice to as many people that you can who may be interested in coming to a taping on that day.
Thank you!
Show title: "Late Boomers"
Starring: Markie Post, Scott Bakula, Robert Urich
Date: 4/29/01
Time: 5pm
Location: CBS Studio Center, Radford Ave. Studio City, CA USA
this came in from Susan@AudiencesUnlimited.com

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yesterday’s New York Daily News "Plugged In" column:
>>>Mike Burns, the spokesman for ex-Creative Artists Agency boss Michael Ovitz’s production and talent management company, said Ovitz’s television production company has eight pilots on the boards right now, three of which he argued have a good shot at being picked up by the networks.....[snip]...... (#2 is) "Late Bloomers" (sp), a show about four ex-football players starring former "Murphy Brown" star Scott Bakula….. >>
both posts thanks to Helene

(okay, so they will have to get another star..
Pam--May 11)



Fanfrage auf roberturich.com in der "Ask Robert"-Rubrik

Question: Janice - I just had the awesome pleasure of watching the filming of the pilot for Late Boomers. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it and would be very surprised if it is not picked up. The experience brought forth several questions: 
1. When was Scott Bakula brought it? I heard it was just the Wednesday before the shoot.
2. Was his role extensively rewritten for him after Burt Reynold's departure? There were a couple of scenes that appeared to have been written with Scott in mind.
Answer: Thank you so much for your comments on the pilot "Late Boomers". The first time I read the script I felt the same way. I laughed out loud. Scott was brought in On Friday, April 27th and as you know, we filmed it in front of a studio audience on Sunday, April 29th. The role wasn't re-written for him and I think he did an amazing job in just two and a half days
thanks to Janice!

Well, every now and then, having a website is a good thing. :-) You get to do good things for people. The following reports are sort of a byproduct. I met Sue via email, when she wrote to thank me for posting about Love Letters. It was her first time meeting Scott and she had only learned about the play five days earlier, when she found my site. (That was kind of exciting! Aside from the fact, that it was the first time I'd met him as well. <g>) I met Janice at the Hamilton Benefit in February. She was sitting in front of me. She told me she was a fan of Robert Urich, David Soul, Scott (and two other actors, one of which might be Harrison Ford). When I found out from Audiences Unlimited that Robert Urich was going to be in the pilot as well as Scott, I emailed her to let her know.
So now I get to share their stories with the rest of you. :-)

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Scott Talks Boomers

Scott cleared up a lingering mystery about Later Boomers, a pilot episode which he shot just before joining Enterprise. "I played a guest star — it was called Late Boomers, and it became Boomers, and I don't know where it lies now. But we were in negotiations on this [Enterprise] for a while, and I wasn't sure whether this was going to happen or not for a while. And they agreed to have me on that series. It was the actual lead in the pilot, but as a guest — strictly as a guest star. So do it and walk away. And it worked out happily that this came through and we were able to make a deal, and I'm here."
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« Antworten #35 am: 08. Juli 2016, 19:18:25 »

Und hier noch ein sehr lesenswerter Taping Report:

Report from Sue in Tucson (Dr. Sues)

Hi All! My husband and I just got back from California tonight! (Wed. eve.) While there, we went to the taping of "Late Boomers"! Janice's report was right on the money! The show was funny and well written! I really hope the network runs with this one, and that Scott chooses to stay with this! What a great
cast! They all had such a good repore with each other! Also, Chelsea was there (3 seats in front of me!)and Scott's oldest daughter, and, of course, Jay was there too! As for the show, I would only change one thing! Scott's mustache has got to go!!!!!! It was too dark....too big...and it does nothing to
enhance his wonderful good looks! I love that man's face and it is a sin to cover it up!!! fröhlich Ha! Ha! Ha! And yes....you will all love the "saunna scene"! At the MOST, he was wearing a g-string!! fröhlich

thanks to Sue!

Report from Janice Starbuck, a fan of both Scott and Robert Urich, comes this report...
Wed, 02-May-2001

What a great day! I just had to write to share my experience with you all. Friday morning I woke to find an email from Pam who runs the Scott info web site informing me that Audiences Unlimited was looking for audience members to attend the shooting of the pilot for a new series, Late Boomers, starring
Scott Bakula and Robert Urich. Seeing these two actors together made her think of me!
I immediately ordered my tickets from the tvtickets.com web site and made flight, hotel and car reservations for my husband, Tom, and myself. Friday afternoon I received email notification from
Audiences Unlimited that the shooting time had been moved up to 3:30.
Sunday was a beautiful day in LA. We arrived at CBS studios around 2:15.
The shooting went very smoothly. Most scenes were completed with two full takes and one "pick-up," where they performed only a small part of the scene.
Scott and Robert were wonderful. I really enjoyed their comedic delivery. I must say that the entire cast was excellent. Adam Arkin is extremely handsome and talented. Joe Regalbuto, who
played Frank on Murphy Brown was great as Scott's brother. Markie Post looked absolutely wonderful and did a great job as Scott's two-time ex-wife.
A few scenes had been filmed on Saturday that they played back to us on monitors. The sauna scene will be a special treat for Scott fans.

Scott plays Teddy, a retired NFL quarterback. The show is set in Chicago. Teddy is a party kind of guy and loves the ladies -- and the ladies love him. He looks great, although I must say I am not crazy about the mustache he sports for the character.
Robert plays Dennis, an old teammate of Teddy's who played the game a little too long and took few too many blows to the head during his NFL career. Dennis provides the majority of the comic
relief for the ensemble. Dennis is now a sportscaster and is very concerned about his looks and staying young.

Trying to be objective and looking past my obvious predisposition to love this show, I must say that I did enjoy it. Tom and I both thought that the writing was witty and the acting was superb. I do hope that if the show is picked up that the writers will develop each of the characters fully. I would hate to see the show fail because the characters are one-dimensional. I mean, I really hope there is more to Robert's
character than just being slow and vain.

The entire experience was a blast. It did take three and one-half hours to film the show, but it didn't seem to drag. The warm up guy was named Jim and he did a good job of keeping the audience entertained during the lulls.

From time to time during filming, I would catch myself watching the show on the overhead monitor rather than focusing on the action on the stage. I think it was just hard to believe that I was right
there, not more than 30 feet from these gorgeous men I adore.

Between shots most of the actors were out of view. However, Scott was usually visible, because he was in every scene. He was very focused and seemed to be working on his character constantly. I'm guessing that was because he was brought in after all the other actors and had very little opportunity to rehearse.

During curtain call I had a special thrill when Scott and Robert hugged to congratulate each other on a job well done. I really wish that I could have gotten a picture of that. But alas, taking pictures was strictly forbidden.

That was it. We didn't hang around to try to meet the actors because the audience had been told not to do that. Besides, what more could I have asked for. It was a great day.

thanks very much to Janice for the report!!--Pam

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Das waren nochmal ein paar nützliche Informationen. Also sollte Late Boomers in Chicago spielen. Den Taping Report fand ich spannend zu lesen, meine aber mich zu erinnern, dass es auf der Seite noch einen zweiten, vom Text her längeren Report gab.

Laut Bakula haben die also den Titel der Sitcom nochmals umgeändert - von Late Boomers in "Boomers". Also war Late Boomers letzten Endes auch nur ein Arbeitstitel.
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« Antworten #36 am: 09. Juli 2016, 05:59:35 »

Super!!!!!! Freuen Freuen

Schwarz auf weiß....herrlich! Freuen
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« Antworten #37 am: 09. Juli 2016, 16:47:49 »

Jetzt wir wie ja wissen in welcher Stadt die Sitcom spielen sollte und wir weitere Einzelheiten erfahren haben, etwa das Scott Bakula hier einen Schnauzer trug und es eine wilde Sauna-Szene mit ihm gab (wo ein Tanga zum Vorschein kam), war ich mal so freundlich und habe ein inoffizielles Promo-Banner zur Sitcom erstellt:



So hätte es in etwa aussehen können.  grins
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« Antworten #38 am: 09. Juli 2016, 23:51:32 »

Sehr gelungen fröhlich Gefällt mir sehr fröhlich

Bakula mit Schnauzer....da gibts auch einen film, wo bakula einen trug....kann dir gerne den Titel sagen, wenn du magst . Dieser Schnauzer sieht-....etwas komisch aus von der Farbe her grins
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« Antworten #39 am: 12. Juli 2016, 13:56:31 »

Danke! fröhlich

Ach so du meinst diesen einen Thriller/Krimi von den frühen 90ern? Den hatte ich auch mal geschaut und muss schon sagen das Scott schon merkwürdig darin ausgesehen hat. Ihm steht sowas überhaupt nicht mMn, das gleiche bei Bob.

Den Bart den ich da eingefügt habe ist wegen der ungewöhnlichen Farbe schon etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig (vorsichtig ausgedrückt) grins Ich hatte aber bei der google-Suche keinen besseren gefunden. Die anderen die es gab, sahen mehr nach 80er Porno-Star denn nach Ex-NFL Profi aus...wenn du verstehst was ich meine.  grins
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« Antworten #40 am: 12. Juli 2016, 22:53:01 »

Ja, Scotty mit Schnauzer geht garnicht!!!!fand ich damals in dem Film auch sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig. Andererseits war das ein "Based on a true Story" Film und sein Charakter hatte auch einen Schnauzer.

Hey....du kennst tatsächlich Filme mit Scott Bakula? fröhlich
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« Antworten #41 am: 13. Juli 2016, 16:22:11 »

Hey....du kennst tatsächlich Filme mit Scott Bakula? fröhlich

Ein paar. fröhlich  In meiner Sammlung müssten sich 8 Filme von ihm befinden, 3 davon habe ich nur im englischen Originalton. 

Derzeit schaue ich ja auch seine Serie NCIS: New Orleans die mir sehr gut gefällt, viel besser sogar als die Originalserie. Auch der L.A. Ableger kann mit New Orleans nicht mal ansatzweise mithalten. Mir gefällt besonders der Humor. fröhlich
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« Antworten #42 am: 19. Juli 2016, 23:19:49 »

Ja, NCIS NO schaue ich auch. Bakulas Charakter ist klasse. Nur schade, dass sein Faible zur Musik viel zu kurz kommt, nur angedeutet mit dem einen oder anderen Klavierstück. Ich hoffe, dass wird noch weiter ausgearbeitet.
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« Antworten #43 am: 13. Oktober 2016, 20:08:19 »

Habe eben noch einen kleinen Artikel gefunden bei dem ich mir nicht sicher war, ob ich diesen schon gepostet habe, oder nicht:

Zitat
THREE FAMILIAR FACES TEAM to star in CBS’ half-hour sitcom pilot, “Late Boomers” — Burt Reynolds. Robert Urich and Joe Regalbuto (“Murphy Brown”). The ATG-produced series is written and produced by Mitchell Katlin and Nat Bernstein. Thirty years ago, Urich appeared with Reynolds in Chi’s “The Rainmaker” playing his younger brother. Burt recommended that Bob should come to Calif. to pursue his pic-TV career. In the series, they play former football player buddies with Urich now a sports announcer for the Chicago Bears. Regalbuto now plays Reynolds’ younger brother …

Quelle: http://variety.com/2001/film/columns/carrey-takes-darabont-s-breath-away-1117796612/

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« Antworten #44 am: 15. Oktober 2016, 05:55:27 »

Interessant....dann sollte eynolds gar erst auch in der Serie spielen? Wurde denn ja nichts draus und Reynolds wurde durch Scott Bakula ersetzt. Da Bakula bedeutetend jünger als Reynolds ist, muß´te sicher auch an den drehbüchern gefeilt werden....ich bin eh gespannt, wieviele fertige Drehbücher es eigentlich damals schon gab.
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