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The Daughters of Joshua Cabe

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The Daughters of Joshua Cabe
GenreWestern
Written byPaul Savage
Directed byPhilip Leacock
StarringBuddy Ebsen
Music byJeff Alexander
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Aaron Spelling
Leonard Goldberg
Producer(s)Richard E. Lyons
CinematographyArchie R. Dalzell
(as Arch Dalzell)
Editor(s)Art Seid
Running time74 minutes
Production company(s)Spelling-Goldberg Productions
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original release
  • September 13, 1972 (1972-09-13)

The Daughters of Joshua Cabe is a 1972 American made-for-television Western film directed by Philip Leacock. The story is about an aging homesteader in the Old West who needs children to help him establish his claim on his property. With his real daughters unavailable, he recruits three young women with minor criminal backgrounds to pose as his daughters.

The film was originally written for Walter Brennan.[1] Buddy Ebsen wound up playing the role of Joshua Cabe instead.[2]

The show drew "solid ratings".[3] It was the fifth most watched show that week.[4]

There were two sequels in the next few years, with mostly different casts from the original and from each other.

Plot

Due to a homesteading law, a fur trapper schemes to keep his land by hiring a hooker, a pickpocket and a thief to pose as his family.

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ Peterson. (Mar 1, 1972). "Shooting for high concepts? gamble on a vampire in vegas". Chicago Tribune. ProQuest 170287314.
  2. ^ "Buddy ebsen set in ABC-TV film". Los Angeles Times. May 16, 1972. ProQuest 157025263.
  3. ^ Smith, C. (Sep 19, 1972). "CBS---the favorite---last in early ratings". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 157056751.
  4. ^ J. C. (Sep 26, 1972). "Racing for the ratings". The Washington Post, Times Herald. ProQuest 148247036.

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