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Daemon
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Michael Landon (1936)

After appearing in minor roles on TV, Landon made his film debut in 1957's I Was a Teenage Werewolf. He endeared himself to audiences as Little Joe in the western series Bonanza (1959-1973) and later as Charles Ingalls in the series based on Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie. He also sometimes wrote and directed episodes for the shows in which he acted, including Highway to Heaven. A prankster, Landon put what reptile in his mouth to get a laugh? More...
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Who knew Little Joe would turn out to be such an inspirational guy!
Who knew he was bar mitzvahed!
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And what a mother! I know she must have been mentally ill, but still, talk about damaging! What a way to grow up, with that possibility (and that responsibility?) always there! No wonder he was so keen to promote family values!
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