The High Chaparral
The High Chaparral is a Western television series which aired on
NBC from 1967 to 1971.
What do you know about "The
Take this quick
FUN TV Westerns Trivia.
Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.
David Dortort creates the Western for NBC. What other
Western does he create?
- Have Gun - Will Travel
- The Virginian
2) David Rose (June 15, 1910 - August 23, 1990)
is a British-born American songwriter, composer, arranger,
pianist, and orchestra leader. His most famous compositions are
"The Stripper", "Holiday for Strings", and "Calypso Melody". He
also writes music for the television series Little House on the
Prairie and The High Chaparral. In addition, Rose was musical
director for the Red Skelton show during its 21-year-run on the
CBS and NBC networks.
3) Who plays "Big" John Cannon, a rancher who
lives in the Arizona Territory in the 1870s.
- Anthony Caruso
- Roberto Contreras
- Dennis Cross
- Leif Erickson
4) Who plays "Big" John Cannon's brother Buck?
- Cameron Lifeguard
- Cameron Mitchell
- Dub Taylor
- Morgan Woodward
5) Billy Blue's mother Annalee is killed in the
first episode by an Indian arrow through the window, and to
ensure his future, John Cannon courted and later marries
Victoria. Who is Victoria's father?
- Don Sebastian Montoya
- Don Miguel Ruiz
- Don Francisco Fernando
- Don Montoya del Tucson
6) Who plays Victoria?
- Joan Caulfield
- Chrystal Gale
- Linda Cristal
- Meg Ryan
7) Who plays "Big" John Cannon's Billy Blue?
- Dan White
- Martin Garralaga
- Christopher Cary
- Mark Slade
8) Henry Darrow (born Enrique Tomas Delgado,
Jr.; September 15, 1933) is a Puerto Rican-American actor. He is
probably best remembered for his role as Manolito (Victoria's
brother) in The High Chaparral.
9) When does the first episode air on NBC in
- August 9
- September 10
- October 10
- November 11
10) Nino Cochise asks for the part of Cochise.
Nino is the grandson of the Cochise of the Apache wars.
Born in 1874, Nino is 92 years old at his casting call, missing
one leg, and needs to be helped into and out of the saddle; but
he wins the role.