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at Rio's Attic:

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Guthrie McFadden

Gunsmoke

Adam McFadden

Brian McFadden

Crane McFadden

Daniel McFadden

Evan McFadden

Ford McFadden

Terri Treas

Hannah Moss McFadden

Richard Dean Anderson

Drake Hogestyn

Tim Topper

Roger Wilson

Peter Horton

Brian Uttman

David Gerber Company

David Gerber

Police Story

Born Free

Jim Brown

Gibbsville

The Quest

Gary Nelson

The Black Hole

Jimmy Webb

MacArthur Park

Wichita Lineman

Onna White

Oliver

Bye Bye Birdie

Mame

Sue Grafton

Nurse
Rio's Attic: Celebrating the Life and Times of a Dearly Missed River Phoenix
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Press Kit
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SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BOTHERS

CONCEPT (One Hour): Spunky, young Hannah Moss (Terri Treas) had vision of a cozy nest for two when she married Adam McFadden (Richard Dean Anderson). But Hannah got more than she bargained for: Adam's six strapping brothers and a sprawling cattle ranch. So when the eldest McFadden brought his new bride home to the backwoods, Hannah took on the full-time job of wife and mother to the rowdy brood. While she's teaching the boys about table manners and romance, they're teaching her a thing or two about cow punching and branding irons. But Hannah loves her husband, and what's his is hers: a house full of laughter, music and dancing... as Hannah becomes the first of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS.

Cast: Adam McFadden, Richard Dean Anderson; Hannah Moss McFadden, Terri Treas; Brian McFadden, Drake Hogestyn; Crane McFadden, Tim Topper; Daniel McFadden, Roger Wilson; Evan McFadden, Peter Horton; Ford McFadden, Brian Utman; Guthrie McFadden, River Phoenix.

Production: David Gerber Productions; Executive Producer: David Gerber (Emmy Award for Police Story; Born Free); Producer: Jim Brown (Gibbsville, The Quest); Director: Gary Nelson (The Black Hole, Gunsmoke); Composer: Jimmy Webb (MacArthur Park, Wichita Lineman); Choreographer: Onna White (Academy Award for Oliver; Bye Bye Birdie, Mame); Writer: Sue Grafton (Nurse).


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