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They are still out in Arizona, but now it's the film companies who take them there—together with the equipment, the props, the people, and the horses to turn out a fifty-minute television Western in five days. But even with air-conditioned dressing rooms, gallons of iced drinks and the comfort of a luxury hotel at night, life in the desert with the thermometer at around 115 degrees is not so easy -the rattlesnakes and the poisonous cacti have scant respect for star actors.
The High Chaparral series, which returns to BBC-2 next week, is filmed almost entirely on location in and around Tucson Arizona. For a few hectic days last summer a BBC crew joined the production unit to film it in action and to talk to some of the people involved.
Among those appearing:
Linda Cristal , Leif Erickson
Cameron Mitchell , Henry Darrow Mark Slade and producer,
William Claxton


Unknown: Linda Cristal
Unknown: Leif Erickson
Unknown: Cameron Mitchell
Unknown: Henry Darrow
Unknown: Mark Slade
Unknown: William Claxton
Director: Jonathan Phillips
Producer: Richard Drewett

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BBC Two England, 22 October 1968 22.25

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