Then Came Bronson

Season 1 Episode 20

Mating Dance for Tender Grass

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 11, 1970 on NBC
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Mating Dance for Tender Grass
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Bronson and Native American Boise Idaho both vie for the attention of beautiful Tender Grass by entering a cross-country motorcycle race. At first, Bronson is against the idea, but after constant provoking by Boise Idaho and his nefarious accomplices, Spare Parts One and Spare Parts Two, he decides to prove his courage and impress Tender Grass in the process.moreless

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  • Bronson becomes involved with a group if Indians at a cross-country race

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    Another episode that surprises you. Nothing sentimental about the treatment of indians here, though this was the period when they were being sentimentalized the most. From the opening sequence, when we have an updating of an Indian ambush, this time on motorcycles, to the end, when the scavengers pick a dead motorcycle apart, this is a clever, funny, and touching episode. The mating dance refers to the cross-country race, and Tender Grass is a beautiful Indian maid, played by the folksinger Buffy Sainte-marie. Sadly, too much of the episode is dedicated to the race, and there's saint-Marie singing an entire song, in her unforgettable warble. i only remember how it annoyed me in the sixties...moreless

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