Here’s a couple of cute photos – my thanks to Walter.
Daktari had a world wide following and there are still legions of fans around the world. One German fan, Matthias Schurig, took the time to write to Ralph Helfer to find out what happened to Africa USA after the series ended. As many of you know, a devastating flood destroyed Africa USA (see previous post) […]
Thanks to Walter and Ken for these finds! Photo montage on YouTube: Finally, here is an episode from the early 1990s of Beverly Hills 90210, Season 5, episode four: “Life After Death” – Check Cheryl out at 36m29s:
This is for you Yale Summers fans – Enjoy!
English fans of Daktari were lucky! In Great Britain there were annuals published with pictures and stories about Daktari. Our friend Ken has these annuals and he is sharing them with us. Here are pictures from the first annual. Click on the picture to see an enlargement.
In the last post I mentioned a site called archive.org. It houses the Donna Reed episode featuring Cheryl. It also houses two books based upon Daktari. One is a Big Little Book called Night of Terror: Here are some scenes: I copied all pages of the book assembled it into a PDF that you can […]
Our friend Ken found this gem on archive.org (more about this site in a moment). He writes, “Cheryl makes a short appearance starting at 4min 24sec in a different sort of role that what we are used to!” The episode is called “The Mysterious Smile” and is from Season 7 in 1965: Here are some […]
Thanks to Ken for this find. This guest appearance on “Run Joe, Run” has not been documented anywhere else (as far as we know). Cheryl plays Jill, a young mother of a little boy who is saved by Joe, the German Shepard (the little boy is Robbie Rist – he appeared on the last season […]
I got this email the other day: I came across your wonderful Daktari retrospective website while looking for information on Africa USA. I run a website called startrekhistory.com, which delves into the production of the original series which ran from 1966 to 69. Part of the website is dedicated to location photography and one of the […]
Click here to view. (Note: Seasons 3 and 4 are in Hungarian). My thanks to Anna – great catch!