"CENTENNIAL" (1978-79) - Episode Four "For as Long as the Water Flows" Commentary
The fourth episode of "CENTENNIAL", "For as Long as the Water Flows", strikes as an enigma in the episode. Well . . . not exactly an enigma. But I found it rather strange. As far as I know, it is the only episode in the 1978-79 miniseries that is based upon two chapters in James Michner’s novel.
"For as Long as the Water Flows" picked up some seven months following the end of the last episode. The story found Levi Zendt still mourning over the death of his bride, Elly, while isolating himself at the very cabin...
Below is my review of the 1979 टेलीविज़न miniseries called ”THE SACKETTS”:
”THE SACKETTS” (1979) Review
Thirty years ago, CBS aired a two-part miniseries (or टेलीविज़न movie) based upon two novels written द्वारा the late Louis L’Amour. Directed द्वारा Robert Totten, ”THE SACKETTS” starred Sam Elliot, Tom Selleck and Jeff Osterhage as the three Sackett brothers.
”THE SACKETTS” told the story of Tell (Elliot), Orrin (Selleck) and Tyrel (Osterhage) Sackett and their efforts to make new lives for themselves in the post-Civil War West. Screenwriter Jim Byrnes took two novels about the...