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August 5, 1993 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These are definitely the dog days of summer. You've watched about as much baseball as you can stand. You've done the bird-watching thing and still can't tell a Least tern from a U-turn. And counting passing Amtrak cars can be tedious after a while. No doubt about it, you need a new hobby to get you through to autumn. So allow us to suggest stargazing. We don't mean those boring, inanimate celestial objects. We're talking about actual walking, talking, music, television and movie stars.
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October 31, 1997 | ROBERT WELKOS
Four years and 18 operations after a motorcycle accident left him close to death, Dan Haggerty is back making movies again. The brawny, bearded actor who became famous in films and a TV series as the nature-loving outdoorsman Grizzly Adams is starring in "Grizzly Mountain." The movie, which features two of Haggerty's real-life children--Dylan and Megan--opens today in 122 theaters and wider on Nov. 14. To hear Haggerty tell it, the road back to Hollywood has been rocky.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 31, 1997 | ROBERT WELKOS
Four years and 18 operations after a motorcycle accident left him close to death, Dan Haggerty is back making movies again. The brawny, bearded actor who became famous in films and a TV series as the nature-loving outdoorsman Grizzly Adams is starring in "Grizzly Mountain." The movie, which features two of Haggerty's real-life children--Dylan and Megan--opens today in 122 theaters and wider on Nov. 14. To hear Haggerty tell it, the road back to Hollywood has been rocky.
NEWS
August 5, 1993 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These are definitely the dog days of summer. You've watched about as much baseball as you can stand. You've done the bird-watching thing and still can't tell a Least tern from a U-turn. And counting passing Amtrak cars can be tedious after a while. No doubt about it, you need a new hobby to get you through to autumn. So allow us to suggest stargazing. We don't mean those boring, inanimate celestial objects. We're talking about actual walking, talking, music, television and movie stars.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
People and Their Problems: "Grizzly Adams" star Dan Haggerty, 50, was reported doing well Wednesday following surgery on his left leg, which became infected after he broke it in about 10 places in a motorcycle accident last October. . . . Former "Diff'rent Strokes" actress Dana Plato is being held in jail in Las Vegas without bail after being accused in a criminal complaint of forging a prescription for Valium.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 1987 | Kevin Henry
Dan Haggerty, the burly onetime Grizzly Adams who got a 90-day suspended jail sentence in 1985 for selling cocaine, continues to put his career back together: In September, Action International Pics plans to release "Night Wars," an action-adventure with Haggerty as a Vietnam vet counseling two other vets suffering combat nightmares. The actor, now 45, starred in the Canadian film "Abducted" last year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1988
Actor Dan Haggerty, best known as television's Grizzly Adams, surrendered Monday in Los Angeles to begin serving a 90-day County Jail term for furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers in 1984. Haggerty, 43, was sentenced to jail in April, 1985, but was allowed by Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz to remain free while he appealed his conviction.
NEWS
March 9, 1985 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In a split verdict, a Los Angeles Superior Court jury Friday found actor Dan Haggerty guilty of one count of furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers but decided that the officers on another occasion entrapped television's Grizzly Adams into selling them the drug. "I'm kind of heartsick," the brawny, bearded actor told reporters outside the courtroom. "It's kind of hard to understand why they did what they did."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1985 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Actor Dan Haggerty, best known as television's Grizzly Adams, was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in County Jail and three years' probation for furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers last year. However, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz allowed Haggerty, 41, to remain free pending appeal of his conviction. In a split verdict last month, a jury found Haggerty guilty on one count but found that the officers entrapped him into selling them the drug on the second occasion.
NEWS
July 16, 1985
Actor Dan Haggerty was in good condition after an operation at Santa Monica Hospital Medical Center for a broken leg suffered when his motorcycle crossed the center line and hit a parked car on Benedict Canyon Road. Haggerty, who starred in the television series "Grizzly Adams," will be charged with driving with a suspended license, said Los Angeles police Officer Vernon Young.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
People and Their Problems: "Grizzly Adams" star Dan Haggerty, 50, was reported doing well Wednesday following surgery on his left leg, which became infected after he broke it in about 10 places in a motorcycle accident last October. . . . Former "Diff'rent Strokes" actress Dana Plato is being held in jail in Las Vegas without bail after being accused in a criminal complaint of forging a prescription for Valium.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1988
Actor Dan Haggerty, best known as television's Grizzly Adams, surrendered Monday in Los Angeles to begin serving a 90-day County Jail term for furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers in 1984. Haggerty, 43, was sentenced to jail in April, 1985, but was allowed by Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz to remain free while he appealed his conviction.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 1987 | Kevin Henry
Dan Haggerty, the burly onetime Grizzly Adams who got a 90-day suspended jail sentence in 1985 for selling cocaine, continues to put his career back together: In September, Action International Pics plans to release "Night Wars," an action-adventure with Haggerty as a Vietnam vet counseling two other vets suffering combat nightmares. The actor, now 45, starred in the Canadian film "Abducted" last year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1985 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Actor Dan Haggerty, best known as television's Grizzly Adams, was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in County Jail and three years' probation for furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers last year. However, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz allowed Haggerty, 41, to remain free pending appeal of his conviction. In a split verdict last month, a jury found Haggerty guilty on one count but found that the officers entrapped him into selling them the drug on the second occasion.
NEWS
March 9, 1985 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In a split verdict, a Los Angeles Superior Court jury Friday found actor Dan Haggerty guilty of one count of furnishing cocaine to two undercover police officers but decided that the officers on another occasion entrapped television's Grizzly Adams into selling them the drug. "I'm kind of heartsick," the brawny, bearded actor told reporters outside the courtroom. "It's kind of hard to understand why they did what they did."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 1991 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Haggerty Hospitalized: Actor Dan Haggerty was reported in stable condition and showing improvement Monday at Cedars-Sinai where he is recovering from a motorcycle accident. Haggerty, a motorcycle collector, was riding a 1944 restored Harley Davidson when the accident involving a truck occurred Friday afternoon in Canoga Park. He was scheduled to leave Saturday for Grants Pass, Ore., to start work on a new film, "The Mark of the Bear."
NEWS
June 2, 1985
Actor Dan Haggerty, soap opera star Deana Robbins and the comedy team of Roger and Roger will be among the celebrity participants in a fund-raiser softball game at 1 p.m. today at the Gardena High School stadium. Proceeds will help Narcanon, a private, nonprofit drug education program. Tickets, available at the gate, are $20 per adult, $25 per couple, $35 per family of eight and $2 for students with identification. The stadium is at 1301 West 182nd St. in Gardena.
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