But never fear, today's television wizards are taking their cue from their chap-wearing, bronco-busting forefathers. [Narrator] Costar Joe Lando may have achieved a oneness with nature, however, shooting in the great outdoors does have its disadvantages.
One quick trip around the dial will show you the old west has a brand new look. Some days I go home and think I've got the best job in the world. I'm used to being in a studio in New York City all day long, and, I just have a great time. [Jane] I've met rattlesnakes, here, that were not on the call sheet.
[Jane] You know people are saying, "The west is back, the west is back," and I think, to a degree, it is, but I think what our show has which is quite different, is that for the first time we have the west exclusively from a woman's perspective. QUINN might be a new breed of TV western, but it's certainly not lacking in those age-old cowboy perks. [Narrator] Well, they don't call it the wild west for nothing, but don't worry, Jane....
[Narrator] Sounds like a feminist slant on the western, but to Jane Seymour, DR. Joe Lando responds to being called a "hunk," talks about being outdoors on set vs. July 13, 1994 (The video drops out a couple of times during the clip of Dr.
QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN is just a compelling drama that happens to take place on the old frontier. in a studio, Cody (the dog that plays Wolf), a mix-up with the car that was supposed to pick him up that morning, and the floods, fires, & earthquakes in California. Quinn, but comes back.)"This Kiss" video was made in 2002, for the Sights & Sounds of Joe Lando after going through 150 episodes on videotape of Michaela and Sully Kissing in Dr. It was put to Faith HIll's "This Kiss" and I thought it would be enjoyed in a new venue.
[Jane] The stories are really about the human condition, more than they're about, you know, violence and the usual western themes, and they really relate to everything that anyone goes through, anywhere in the world, at any time, including today. However, I was asked to remove the track and had to pick one from the You Tube Library. The video is slightly damaged but the only copy I could find at this time.
(Scene from the show) [Jane] Well, of course, in our show, not only am I woman, but I'm a woman from the east coast, an educated woman, a doctor -- which was very unusual in those times -- a mother, a woman who's never been married, and... Hope you still enjoy it here or watch it at Sights and Sounds of Joe Lando, Exclusive footage from a June 2003 A&E interview with Joe Lando made into an original featurette by Judy A . You can find this video and many more at A Video Montage from Dr.
so we're dealing with what it's like to be a housewife in the west, and to raise children in the west, what it's like to be an independent woman. Quinn, Medicine Woman, featuring Joe Lando as Sully and Jane Seymour as Michaela Quinn.
Edited by Judy A in 2001 for The Sights and Sounds of Joe Lando and dedicated to the memory of Carol Moorhouse ,who tragically succumbed to cancer that summer.
You Tube removed my original audio track and I borrowed a track from my good friend Mark Newman, from his "Walls of Jericho" CD, his version of "White Bird," available at i Tunes.