Boomer, Resting

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Fans of the TV show Here's Boomer


Website
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hobandboom
Hopefully we're going to be putting more stuff up on the Here's Boomer website, heresboomer.com sometime soon, and adding two new sections that I've been thinking about to boomerthedog.net

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Boomer's guest star Todd Bridges
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hobandboom
Keeping up with additions to heresboomer.com, a new photo!

Todd Bridges, who played Willis on Diff'rent Strokes, co-starred in Here's Boomer episode 12, The Jockey in May 1980. This is a black and white press kit photograph that would be used in publications to illustrate an article about the episode.

http://heresboomer.com/boomertodd.htm

Also included is screen shot from that episode at the bottom of the page, as well as the link to the larger size picture.

Boomer The Dog

Boomer poster posted
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hobandboom
There's a new poster on heresboomer.com! It's not photographic like posters for most TV shows are, it's a painting. I can't make out what the artist's name is, but I do appreciate their skill at drawing Boomer pictures. The strip at the bottom with all of the small Boomers is nice, and I copied just that part as a site graphic at the bottom of the home page.



You can see the full size poster here:

http://heresboomer.com/artposter.htm

Happy St. Patrick's Day. I have a neighbor Dog down the street who the owners got on this holiday some years ago, and they named her Patty.

Boomer

You've discovered the Musket Cove treasure
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hobandboom
Here's something for Timothy B. Hufnagle. (I wonder if his middle name could be Boomer?)

When we got the net at my house in the late 90s, one of the things I did early on was look for information about Here's Boomer, and found very little. I think that was both because search services weren't very good, and that there really was very little information about the show posted at the time.

One of the things I did find was a guy named Timothy B. Hufnagle, asking in several groups where he could find information about the episode 'Boomer And The Musket Cove Treasure'.

A few times over the past decade I've been in touch with him, letting him know about the Here's Boomer fan site and other sites I found, and seeing if he ever got a copy of the elusive episode for study. In the latest letter I barked about Musket Cove Treasure finally being available on the net in its entirety.

Part 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ7CzpYf9Oc

Part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aIcn0w4sEY

Like the Bucketeers episode, this one uses video from Germany (Boomer der Streuner) with the English audio from my TV tape, put together to recreate an English episode.

For Timothy and others, please enjoy. The full episodes should be available on file share sites as well.

Boomer

Some sites
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hobandboom
Some Here's Boomer sites that you might like.

Fan site:

http://heresboomer.com (though the old page http://members.libcom.com/boomer has more right now)


'Boomer And The Bucketeers' episode of the show:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeK8p0CBwv8

There are 3 parts to that show, make sure that you get 2 and 3!


Boomer The Dog

Captain O'Connell says fans ahoy!
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hobandboom
Hi Here's Boomer fans, I hope that Live Journal members can make good use of this journal for fans of the show and its Dog star Boomer! Here's the channel description I put in:

"Here's Boomer was a TV show starred a stray Dog named Boomer who wandered from town to town helping people and other Dogs with some kind of a problem they were having. The half hour series debuted with a pilot episode on NBC around Christmas 1979, and regular episodes carried it through 1982, with reruns on the Disney Channel in the mid-80s."

If you have any experiences watching Here's Boomer, please share them with other fans here!

Boomer

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