Whoah! THAT´s great NEWS! According to tvshowsonDVD, the SHOUT! Factory will release Season 2 in February 2009!
Watch out for further announcements on the SHOUT! site. And don´t forget to thank them for having a heart for SIMON fans.
When Laura couldn't keep her webspace any longer, I saved her Appreciation Site on mine. Unfortunately some pictures got lost while transferring the files.
My first Simon & Simon info site, online since 2005. Due to "old" WYSIWYG editing tools, this one was difficult to update, so it's only about episode locations, photos and co-stars like Marlowe, the dog.
This! - My current S&S site with latest news about Jameson Parker and Gerald McRaney's recent movie projects.
You are already here, the right place to explore interviews and videos!
Coffee with Gerald McRaney! Enjoy this interview where he´s talking a bit about the old SIMON times and his new project JERICHO, a serial drama on CBS.http://www.simon-and-simon.info/simonnew/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/coffee-with-mackie-jericho-2006.flv
Taken from myoutdoortv.com:
In 2003, Jameson Parker was the writer and co-host – together with his wife Darleen Carr – of a show about hunting dogs on OLN“ A dog´s life“. You can watch the videos online !
A Dog’s Life: Introducing the Weimaraner; healthcare for your dog; common sense advice for your dog; duck hunter’s paradise
These books by Jameson Parker are so beautifully written… you will feel as if he is reading them for you.
An Accidental Cowboy was released in 2003. As Thomas McIntyre, author of Days Afield and Dreaming the Lion said:
„In funny, wry, poignant, and sometimes elegiac prose, Parker vividly describes the modern fate of the traditional cowboy way, and of one tenderfoot’s tested spirit.“
A Collection of Stories of the Dogs We Miss.
Jameson Parker´s first anthology.
To Absent Friends
„It is a collection of stories of dogs told by those they left behind. Most of the dogs in these stories were good dogs; some were what we may politely describe as eccentric, some were mischievous, some were just plain bad, but all were loved, and all are missed.“