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By Rachel Ganz
Observer Staff Writer 

Donna Mills, Michele Lee and Joan Van Ark at 40th Anniversary of "Knots Landing" tribute at the Hollywood Museum

"Knots Landing" was a popular CBS soap operas from 1979 to 1993, for those of you too young to remember!

 

January 29, 2020

Joan Van Ark, Donna Mills, Michele Lee holding Elizabeth Montgomery's neck (Montgomery starred in bewitched)

It was a very thrilling evening at the Hollywood Museum (located in the Historic Max Factor Building ) 1660 N.Highland Ave, Hollywood, on Saturday evening January 18 , 2020 from 6-8 PM

All the beautiful leading stars, Donna Mills, Michele Lee, and Joan Van Ark from"Knots Landing" were reunited for the 40th anniversary of "Knots Landing" with the unveiling of the gorgeous costumes worn by these three leading ladies

"Knots Landing" was one of the most popular prime time television soap operas from December 27, 1979 to May 13, 1993 on CBS. This show was created by David Jacobs in partnership with producer Michael Filerman.

"Knots Landing" a sequel of "Dallas" focalized on the lives of four married couples living on the cul-de-sac, Seaview Circle a fictitious seaside suburb of Los Angeles.

Donna Mills, Michele and Joan Van Ark

The episodes included drug smuggling , rape, Kidnapping , burglary, criminal investigations with endless drama and intrigue!

Some of the other well known celebrities that showed up were: Donna Pescow (Saturday Night Fever), Charlene Tilton( Dallas), Anson Williams ( Happy Days), Leesa Gibbons( Rose Parade Host), Lannie Kazan( My Big Fst Greek Wedding), Lee Purcell( Valley Girl), Don Most (Happy Days), Erin Murphy ( Bewitched) Teresa Ganzel( The Toy), Kate Linder((Y&R), Connor Dean(9.1.1), and many others

It was exciting to see the chemistry and connection between the three leading ladies Donna Mills, Michele Lee and Joan Van Ark.

There was the chattering rumor that perhaps a "We are still around" sequel will manifest on Television soon!

This exhibit opens to the public on January 19, 2020

 

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