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  Michael Landon Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Michael Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz on October 31, 1936 in Forest Hills, New York.
Michael later jokingly said he was grown before he realized that other mother's didn't put their heads in the oven.
Michael was married three times and was the proud father of nine children with his three wives.
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 Michael Landon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Landon's father, Eli Maurice Orowitz, was a Jewish American actor and movie theater manager, and his mother, Kathleen Ignatius O’Neill, was an Irish American Catholic dancer and comedienne.
Landon's character was the cocky, mischievous youngest brother of the Cartwright Family.
Landon's real-life daughter appeared as a plague victim in one episode and later as a recurring character.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Michael_Landon   (1856 words)

  
 Cheryl Landon - Goshen Entertainment
Michael Landon, about her life he wrote about; includes both serious and humorous clips, that demonstrates life lessons transforming audiences profoundly.
From the beginning of Michael Landon's death, July, 1991, Cheryl's work began as a promise, which was actually made twenty seven years ago, over Cheryl's life by Michael, influencing him to "make his most important promise", and he made it to God in return for Cheryl's life.
Cheryl Landon is an educator and spokesperson, who has been active in educational forums, serving on panel boards, addressing cancer to youth development, all humanitarian related, with dynamic simplicity, that captures each individual from varied nationalities, cultures, and religions.
www.lawebbuilders.com /cheryllandon/cheryllandon.html   (1065 words)

  
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Michael is often depicted as standing with a spear over the defeated Satan, with Satan often in dragon form.
Christians connect Michael with the angel of death, in the sense of deliverance and immortality.
Michael Sinelnikoff was born on August 1, 1928 in London, England.
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 Amazon.fr : Michael Landon's Legacy: 7 Keys to Supercharging Your Life: Livres en anglais: Cheryl Landon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
What is very evident is that she passionately loves Michael Landon with rose-tinted glasses, as he was the one person in her life who unconditionally loved her and stood by her.
Landon's mission is to raise a healthy generation of children using seven keys: readers should trust in God, choose love over fear, believe that daily miracles can occur, take action now, believe in truth between people, build bridges and refrain from judging each other.
In committing to follow these key behaviors, Landon feels that the world would further the message that her beloved stepfather espoused in his television shows and on his deathbed: "Love one another." While these sentiments are well-intended, much of the book is a muddle.
www.amazon.fr /Michael-Landons-Legacy-Keys-Supercharging/dp/1571742859   (621 words)

  
 The Biography Channel - Michael Landon Biography
Michael didn't have a happy childhood but, in High School, he discovered he had a talent for throwing the javelin.
In 1957 Michael Landon had his first big break with the movie 'I was a Teenage Werewolf'.
In 1991 Michael was diagnosed with cancer, and he died of the disease, on 1st July that year.
www.thebiographychannel.co.uk /biography_home/370:0/Michael_Landon.htm   (342 words)

  
 Michael Landon
Michael Landon was born as Eugene Maurice Orowitz on October 31st, 1936 in Forest Hills, New York.
Michael used to run to a spot and pretend to be different people and characters.
All of Michael Landon's dreams were shattered when he injured his arm, and could not throw the javelin any longer.
www.angelfire.com /tv2/littlehousecast/michaelandon.html   (251 words)

  
 Cheryl Landon - Goshen Entertainment
Cheryl Landon, a motivational speaker who travels worldwide to share her father's legacy, has combined the simple beliefs Michael Landon tried to exemplify--both at work and at home--with family stories, her won experience, and the loving touch of her father's spirit.
Cheryl Landon is the daughter of the late Michael Landon (1936-1991): actor, entertainer, and inspirational role model.
Michael Landon was one of the most beloved and inspirational television stars of all time.
www.lawebbuilders.com /cheryllandon/michaellandonslegacy.html   (1665 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie : Michael Landon : tvland.com
In 1957, Landon was cast as Tony Rivers in I was a Teenage Werewolf.
Landon barely had a moment to rest before he became the heart and soul for his next long running series.
As the assiduous husband and father striving for a better life on the western frontier, audiences witnessed a different Landon; an actor who could be gentle, compassionate and courageous at the same time.
www.tvland.com /shows/littleHouse/actor1.jhtml   (452 words)

  
 Michael Landon presented in Freedom section
On October 31, 1936, Michael Landon (Eugene Maurice Orowitz) was born in the town of Forest Hills, New York.
Michael Landon was dedicated to producing family television with good morals and a positive message.
For those who don’t know the story, in 1973 Michael’s daughter Cheryl was in a tragic car accident in which three of her college friends were killed.
www.newsfinder.org /site/comments/michael_landon   (1125 words)

  
 Michael Landon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
One of the most popular TV personalities of the '70s and '80s, Landon was not universally beloved by his Hollywood contemporaries, what with his dictatorial on-set behavior and his tendency to shed his wives whenever they matured past childbearing age.
The courage and dignity with which Michael Landon lived his final months on earth resulted in a public outpouring of love, affection and support, the like of which was seldom witnessed in the cynical, self-involved '90s.
Michael Landon died in his Malibu home on July 1, 1991, with his third wife Cindy at his side.
www.djangomusic.com /actor_bio.asp?pid=P+98624   (494 words)

  
 Michael Landon Biography
Michael Landon (October 31 1936 - July 1 1991) born Eugene Maurice Horowitz was an American actor and director.
Landon was best known for his starring roles in three TV series spanning three decades.
Landon had produced all three of his series for NBC but after ending Highway he was let go.
www.ebiog.com /biography/3953/michael-landon/bio.htm   (620 words)

  
 Michael Landon's grave
Michael Landon was an American actor, producer and director who starred in three popular NBC TV series that spanned three decades.
Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz in the New York City borough in the Queens neighborhood of Forest Hills, New York.
He changed his name from Eugene Orowitz to Michael Landon after he decided to launch his acting career, as he did not feel that his given name was appropriate for an actor.
www.hollywoodusa.co.uk /HillsideObituaries/michaellandon.htm   (739 words)

  
 Michael Landon Summary
Michael Landon (October 31, 1936 - July 1, 1991), was an American actor, producer and director who starred in three popular NBC TV series that spanned three decades such as, "Little Joe" Cartwright in Bonanza (1959-1973), as Charles Ingalls in Little House on the Prairie (1974-1982), and as Jonathan Smith in Highway to Heaven (1984-1989).
Michael changed his name from Eugene Orowitz to Michael Landon after he decided to launch his acting career, as he did not feel that his given name was appropriate for an actor.
This was meant to be another series for Landon, but on April 5, he was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, an inoperable pancreatic cancer that had spread to his liver and lymph nodes.
www.bookrags.com /Michael_Landon   (2440 words)

  
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Michael was at USC and even though his mother invited him, Michael, then 18, didn’t want anything to do with church.
Michael is proud of his father’s work but he says there is a painful reality that they experienced as a family.
Michael says that divorce is absolutely brutal and he is extremely protective of his marriage and family.
www.cbn.com /700club/guests/bios/michael_landonjr020607.aspx   (766 words)

  
 Hollywood Cowboys An exhibit at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library-Museum--Michael Landon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Michael Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz in Forest Hills, New York and raised in New Jersey.
On "Bonanza," one of the longest-running shows of television history, Michael gained a vast amount of experience as an actor and he also cut his teeth on the show as a writer and director.
Michael reacted to his initial "Bonanza" fame by taking tranquilizers and drinking heavily, but he conquered these addictions and went on to be the father figure, Charles Ingalls, on "Little House on Prairie" from 1974 to 1982.
hoover.archives.gov /exhibits/HollywoodCowboys/television/MichaelLandon.htm   (247 words)

  
 Bonanza : Michael Landon : tvland.com
As a teenager, Eugene Orowitz (aka Michael Landon) discovered he had a talent for javelin throwing.
Landon developed a strong reputation for wholesome and moral programming, though tabloids delighted in reporting of his tumultuous private life.
In 1991, Landon was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and three months later he passed away.
www.tvland.com /shows/bonanza/actor4.jhtml   (168 words)

  
 Michael Landon - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Michael Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz, on October 31, 1936, in Forest Hills, Queens, New York.
Michael didn't have to wait long until he landed another successful role that most TV audiences of the 1970s would thoroughly enjoy, his second TV western, for NBC, "Little House on the Prairie" (1974).
Landon was devastated by the loss and pulled the plug on "Highway to Heaven" (1984).
www.imdb.com /name/nm0001446/bio   (1812 words)

  
 Bio for Michael Landon on MSN Movies
The social pressures brought to bear on young Michael, both at home and in the schoolyard, led to an acute bedwetting problem, which he would later dramatize (very discreetly) in the 1976 TV movie The Loneliest Runner.
Michael's first film lead was in the now-legendary I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957), widely derided at the time but later reassessed as one of the better examples of the late-'50s "drive-in horror" genre.
During his fourteen-year Bonanza stint, Landon was given the opportunity to write and direct a few episodes.
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Michael Landon (October 31, 1936July 1, 1991), was an American actor, producer and director.
Michael is often depicted as standing with a spear over the defeated Satan, with Satan often in dragon form.
Christians connect Michael with the angel of death, in the sense of deliverance and immortality.
lycos.cs.cmu.edu /info/michael-landon.html   (576 words)

  
 Michael Landon Biography :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Landon made his name as the romantic, impulsive youngest Cartwright brother, Little Joe, on the long-running hit "Bonanza" (1959-73), the first TV western broadcast in color and the number one series for seven consecutive seasons.
Landon created the series and often directed and scripted episodes, which he imbued with his views on "faith" and "family".
Landon next produced and starred as Jonathan, the probationary angel whose mission is to bring love and understanding to people in trouble, on "Highway to Heaven" (1984-88).
www.hollywood.com /celebs/fulldetail/id/197582   (365 words)

  
 Michael Landon Biography
On October 31, 1936, Michael Landon (Eugene Maurice Orowitz) was born in the town of Forest Hills, New York.
When Michael was a child his family moved to Collingswood, New Jersey and this was where he lived until after graduating high school.
Michael Landon was dedicated to producing family television with good morals and a positive message.
michael_landon.homestead.com /biography.html   (901 words)

  
 Interviews: Michael Landon Jr. - Christianity Today Movies
Sure, the elder Landon, who died of cancer in 1991, played characters that American TV audiences grew to know and love—Little Joe on Bonanza, Pa Ingalls on Little House on the Prairie, and the angel Jonathan Smith on Highway to Heaven.
Michael Landon Jr.: Book one was given to me a little over ten years ago.
Landon: I think one of the biggest mistakes we've ever made is putting the rating system on TV, because it's opened up the doors to whatever they want to do—they just have to warn the viewers beforehand.
www.christianitytoday.com /movies/interviews/michaellandonjr.html   (1803 words)

  
 Highway to Heaven: Michael Landon lost his battle with cancer...
Highway to Heaven: Michael Landon lost his battle with cancer nine years ago.
Such was his Samsonian conviction that, when a gang of short-haired fellow athletes at the University of Southern California trimmed Landon's undulating mane in 1955, his ability to throw a javelin, he later claimed, withered to such an extent that he not only stopped training, he dropped out of USC altogether.
Landon's own family life was hardly the idyll his TV personas would lead one to assume.
www.sawilsons.com /highway_to_heaven.htm   (547 words)

  
 Hollywood Unmasked - Michael Landon
Everything is going to be alright." Landon said he knew that this spirit would remain alive and always close to him and he was comforted that he would be able to communicate with it.
Landon simply laid the groundwork for what we are offered today on television, that being a watered down unspecific religious adherence that is found anywhere in the world.
Landon was simply a New Ager whose spirit-guided visions conned America into discarding the truths of Christianity to instead adopt a system of short-lived morality.
www.goodfight.org /hwmlandon.html   (1669 words)

  
 MICHAEL LANDON Autograph
Michael Landon (1936-1991), actor, producer, director, and writer, is the only actor to have three consecutive shows on television which ran for five years or more: Bonanza (1959-1973), Little House on the Prairie (1974-1983), and Highway to Heaven (1984-1989).
In early 1991, after 35 years of working on NBC, Landon moved to CBS to star in the pilot of a two-hour movie, Us, in which he played a man released from a long prison term after being cleared of the murder for which he was wrongfully convicted.
However, in 1994, Michael Landon was inducted posthumously into the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' Hall of Fame.
www.historyforsale.com /html/prodetails.asp?documentid=269547   (336 words)

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