Here Come the Brides on DVD Petition!
The fans of HERE COME THE BRIDES are desirous of having it made available UNCUT on DVD. Please take a moment to sign and forward this petition. The following is a brief summary of the series followed by sentiments and reasons for seeing this goal through to a successful end. Thank you in advance for your participation and support! HERE COME THE BRIDES was a hit television series that aired from 1968-1970. The story revolved around three brothers: Jason, Joshua, and Jeremy Bolt who lived in Seattle, Washington in approximately the 1860\'s. They ran a successful logging camp on Bridal Veil Mountain. Due to a lack of women in the town, they promised to bring 100 marriageable women from a war-torn New Bedford, Massachusetts to Seattle for the purpose of getting married. With the mountain as their collateral, they promised to keep the brides there for one year. The series\' success was hugely due to a talented cast which had an obvious chemistry. These actors brought to life memorable characters that are still cherished today. In the years that followed, the beloved series has never been forgotten by its fans. With a currently active fan club, websites, get-togethers, and fan fiction, the series is well-remembered and adored by fans of all ages. During past years, HERE COME THE BRIDES fans have attempted to copy it to VHS, only to be discouraged by worn out tapes and commercial interruptions. An overwhelming interest and huge fan base has the fans wanting to make their voices heard in hopes of getting HERE COME THE BRIDES preserved on DVD. With so many nostalgic series now available and some within the same genre, the fans have high hopes that the same will be made possible for HERE COME THE BRIDES. Our goal is to prove that YES, there is an audience out there for Here Come the Brides. Won\'t you be part of that voice and sign the petition today Thank you for your time and assistance in this worthwhile project. May HERE COME THE BRIDES not only live in our hearts, but be available on DVD forevermore!