Bernie's Wild Wild West
IMPORTANT NEWS POSTED 15. 8. 09
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'How' - Welcome back to the (Granada) 'American Adventure' Scrapbook'.
'Medicine Man' was the star in his own 'Pow - Wow Theatre Show' in 'Pioneer Playland'. He once smashed up my watch, when a trick went wrong.
'Medicine Man' as portrayed by Tony Butler
Baddies in Disguise:
Big John and Little John, really they were part of Johnny Ringo's Gang,but here we see them with the stagecoach (and dressed as Indians), that had just brought 'Lazy Lil' and her dancers into town.
Big John as portrayed by Joss Gower, Stuntman
Little John as portrayed by John Jacques aka John B. Tannen, Stuntman.
What No Horse?
Miss Shelley sure looked pretty when she got out of her jeans; this is how she looked in the 'Hollywood Greats Show' that the held in the Alamo arena. She did lots of different parts in that show, but she never got her Rhett Butler!
'Scarlet O'Hara' as portrayed by Shelley Benison, Stuntwoman.
Once More Folks:
Here's that Bernie guy again, this time dressed as a clown.
'Country Bumpkin' and 'Bumpkin Clown' ,
as portrayed by Bernard Goodwin
|Here's another photgraph of that guy again, and this time he's with 'Trucker Man Brown', and together the're collecting an award each from two of 'Coronation Street's' stars.|
'Truckerman Brown' as portrayed by Harold Brown.
Sheriff Matt Black as portrayed by Bernard Goodwin.
Steve MacDonald as portrayed by Simon Gregson.
Vicki Gilroy as prtrayed by Chloe Newsom.
What's he doin' here:
'Pioneer Playland' hosted 'Sooty's Wild West Show', along with his friend 'Sweep'. The person with his hands in unbelievable places was Andy, and this live children's show proved very sucessful.
Andy as portrayed by Andy Thompson.
Let Me In!
|1992 saw the opening of 'Mexicoland', a new feature at the park. Here Barbara Windsor cuts the ribbon, and declares the new area open.|
With her are the 1992 Entertainments Staff.
Miss Lorraine models two of the costumes from the shows:
No. 1. 'Country & Western'
No.2. 'Mexican Fiesta'
These costumes were made in the Wardrobe Department at the park.
|Next mount up, as we take a look all around the park area...bye the way, Bernie's on the right!|
An early Picture:
This photograph is from the very early days of the 'American Adventure'. The guy in costume is believed to be named Hughie, and was a Mime Artist, who never spoke to visitors. He went to do a similar show at Alton Towers.
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