Bruce Gray and Colin Didn't Have HIGH HOPES
- I visited the Museum of Television and Radio yesterday, and while I
was there I viewed an episode of the Canadian serial HIGH HOPES.
Bruce Gray was the lead, Dr. Nathaniel "Neal" John Chapman, and
Colin Fox was had a supporting role, attorney Walter Telford.
Interesting enough, Fox's only scene in the premier episode of HIGH
HOPES was with Gray's Neal Chapman. I believe the two were
displeased with the dialogue, because some of the scene sounded ad-
libbed. It was nice to see these two working together.
If you read the CBC Directory of Television entry
(http://www.film.queensu.ca/CBC/Index.html#Top), you'll once again
see an entry with errors. The town was Cambridge (not Port Hamilton)
and the college was Hatton (not Delaney). However, the CBC directory
seems to base their entries on press releases, rather than viewing
actual episodes. Then again, the town and college's name could have
change later on, who knows.
Of course, playing six degrees of separation. Besides Colin Fox and
Bruce Gray in cast, as well as Vivian Reis as Norma Stewart (who
didn't appear in the premier), Bruce Minnix was a director/executive
producer. Minnix held similar duties on NEVER TOO YOUNG, which in
its dying days was written by Ron Sproat, who wrote for STRANGE