< Browse to Previous Essay | Browse to Next Essay >
Here Come The Brides debuts on ABC on September 25, 1968.
HistoryLink.org Essay 1563
: Printer-Friendly Format
On September 25, 1968, Here Come The Brides debuts on ABC-TV and ostensibly portrays the arrival of the Mercer Girls in frontier Seattle, where, Perry Como croons, we have "the bluest skies you've ever seen."
The show stayed on the air until 1970.
Walt Crowley, Rites of Passage: A Memoir of the Sixties in Seattle (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995), 260-261.
Travel through time (chronological order):
< Browse to Previous Essay
Browse to Next Essay >
Licensing: This essay is licensed under a Creative Commons license that
encourages reproduction with attribution. Credit should be given to both
HistoryLink.org and to the author, and sources must be included with any
reproduction. Click the icon for more info. Please note that this
Creative Commons license applies to text only, and not to images. For
more information regarding individual photos or images, please contact
the source noted in the image credit.
Major Support for HistoryLink.org Provided
By: The State of Washington | Patsy Bullitt Collins
| Paul G. Allen Family Foundation | Museum Of History & Industry
| 4Culture (King County Lodging Tax Revenue) | City of Seattle
| City of Bellevue | City of Tacoma | King County | The Peach
Foundation | Microsoft Corporation, Other Public and Private
Sponsors and Visitors Like You