The High Chaparral
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The 2007 High Chaparral Reunion

Here's a very appreciative note from the four cast members who attended the August 2007 Reunion:

     A very special thank you to all the organizers and participants of the 2007 High Chaparral Reunion and 40th Anniversary celebration from Don Collier, Henry Darrow, Bob Hoy and Ted Markland. You made this important anniversary an occasion we will never forget.


     The tremendous effort that was put into this event, which was so obvious from start to finish, was greatly appreciated.  What a thrill it was to see so many of our old friends who worked on The High Chaparral. But an even greater pleasure was meeting the fans both the old and the new.   We are honored that so many would travel such a great distance to spend some time with us.


     The love and support you all have for us and everyone connected with The High Chaparral is greatly treasured; a gift for which we will never be able to properly express our gratitude.


     We hope to see everyone again in the not too distant future.


Best wishes and love,


Don, Henry, Bob and Ted

      To see more about the 2007 reunion visit the High Chaparral Reunion Site.    

Past Events

2003 Reunion

Some of the 2003 Reunion Gang

In August of 2003 we held a large reunion, well-attended by cast, crew, and fans at the Sportsman's Lodge in Studio City, California.  You can read about it and view photos from the event on these four pages of information on the 2003 Reunion.


2005 Reunion

Some of the 2005 Reunion Gang

In August of 2005 we held another large reunion with even more HC guest stars and other crew attending.  Once again our location was the Sportsman's Lodge in Studio City, California.  These three pages recap and show photos of fans and guests from the 2005 Reunion.

2005 Parade

The High Chaparral side of the David Dortort float.

For the first time the fans of The High Chaparral assembled a major float to enter in the Nevada Day Parade and Western Festival held in October of 2005.  They won third prize, from among 200 entries.  Marian Panter, Ariel O'Neil, and Denise Billen-Mejia were largely responsible for this Herculean effort.  Three pages of info and photos are here.

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