Then Came Bronson

Season 1 Episode 18

That Undiscovered Country...

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jan 28, 1970 on NBC
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That Undiscovered Country...
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When Bronson arrives in an Amish community his tales of the "outside world" captivate a young man and woman, Harold Mueller and Dorothy Hofer, who are betrothed. Soon, Harold becomes jealous of Dorothy's attraction towards Bronson and heads out to see the world he has been missing. In the city, Harold meets the model Jan and, in the meantime, Dorothy, back in the Amish community, ponders about love and the future.moreless

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  • Bronson becomes involved with a couple of young Amish who are questioning their faith

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    An unquestionable classin in the series, as Bronson becomes the catalyst for two young Amish to question their faith, their lifestyles and their futures. Bronson becomes the lvoe object for a young woman, her way out of an inescapable fate, and Bronson's bike becomes the literal and figurative means of escape for a young man. Again here Bronson's morality plays a key role, as he rejects the advances of a remarkably beautiful and willing young woman, while the young man, thanks to Bronson's bike, is able to go to nearby Renao and have his first -and last- outsdie romantic adventure. All the characters are treated with fairness, including the Amish parents, who insist on leaving the young 'uns free to make their choices. And bronson's fundamental religiosity is becoming increasingly clear: as the Amish settle down for dinner, Bronson subtly crosses himself. perhaps we should start looking st him as Parsifal...moreless
Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Harold Mueller

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Heidi Vaughn

Heidi Vaughn

Dorothy Hofer

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Rance Howard

Rance Howard

Mr. Mueller

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