Baywatch - Die Rettungsschwimmer von Malibu "Die gro§e Hitze". Im Bild (rumpelshausen.eu): Brandon Call (Hobie), David Hasselhoff (Mitch Buchannon). Dec 13, - Photo of Mitch for fans of Baywatch Staffel 3, Folge 17 (43 Min.) Mitch wird bei einem dramatischen Rettungseinsatz gegen einen Felsen geschleudert und kann seine Beine nicht mehr bewegen. In.
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Mitch Buchannon ist eine fiktive Figur aus der Fernsehserie Baywatch. Er wurde von David Hasselhoff in jeder Saison von Baywatch und Baywatch Nights sowie in der ersten Staffel von Baywatch Hawaii gespielt. Baywatch – Hochzeit auf Hawaii ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm von Douglas Schwartz aus dem Jahr , in dem Rettungsschwimmer Mitch seine. Baywatch – Die Rettungsschwimmer von Malibu (Originaltitel: Baywatch) ist eine Folgen (Staffel), Gastrolle (Staffel), Synchronsprecher. Mitch Buchannon, David Hasselhoff, 1–9, 10, Andreas von der Meden. Hobie Buchannon, Brandon. Staffel 3, Folge 17 (43 Min.) Mitch wird bei einem dramatischen Rettungseinsatz gegen einen Felsen geschleudert und kann seine Beine nicht mehr bewegen. In. Staffel 7, Folge 14 (45 Min.) Als Mitch der Talkshow-Masterin Cassie Cole das Leben rettet, wird er zu ihr ins Fernsehen eingeladen. Plötzlich ist der. Mitch Buchannon in der Serie Baywatch von bis Synchronsprecher von David Hasselhoff bei der Serie Baywatch war James Belushi. Zur Liste der. Baywatch - Die Rettungsschwimmer von Malibu "Die gro§e Hitze". Im Bild (rumpelshausen.eu): Brandon Call (Hobie), David Hasselhoff (Mitch Buchannon).
Baywatch - Die Rettungsschwimmer von Malibu "Die gro§e Hitze". Im Bild (rumpelshausen.eu): Brandon Call (Hobie), David Hasselhoff (Mitch Buchannon). Mitch Buchannon ist eine fiktive Figur aus der Fernsehserie Baywatch. Er wurde von David Hasselhoff in jeder Saison von Baywatch und Baywatch Nights sowie in der ersten Staffel von Baywatch Hawaii gespielt. Staffel 7, Folge 14 (45 Min.) Als Mitch der Talkshow-Masterin Cassie Cole das Leben rettet, wird er zu ihr ins Fernsehen eingeladen. Plötzlich ist der.
Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Episode Guide. At a Los Angeles beach, a team of lifeguards led by Lieutenant Mitch Buchannon save lives, deal with personal dramas, fight crime and participate in over the top adventures on a daily basis.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: David Hasselhoff Mitch Buchannon episodes, Jeremy Jackson Hobie Buchannon episodes, Michael Newman Michael 'Newmie' Newman episodes, Pamela Anderson Parker episodes, Chris Fiore Edit Storyline This long-running series follows the adventures of a team of lifeguards on a crowded resort beach.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Was nicknamed "Babewatch" in many countries, due to the fact that most of the female lifeguards were played by former Playboy models.
Goofs Despite working in the sun for hours daily, some main and supporting characters demonstrate no sign of tanning. Since they aren't shown wearing heavy clothing and they aren't donning hats, this is not possible.
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November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. As the years progressed, Mitch increasingly served as a mentor and father figure to many of the younger lifeguards at Baywatch headquarters, helping them in work-related matters, and also issues in their personal lives.
Mitch was the youngest son of Al and Irene Buchannon. He was born c. He had an older brother named Buzz  and the two got along quite well despite their very different personalities.
While Buzz was the carefree brother who did what he wanted, Mitch was much more responsible. Buzz left home at a very early age, leaving Mitch as the only child at home.
When Mitch was 12, he received a Fender Mustang guitar that Buzz let him have. Years later, Mitch recalled the guitar fondly and dreamed of what his life would be like if he were a musician.
Another musical milestone for Mitch occurred in the early s, at the age of 8, when he was chosen by the Beach Boys to sing back up on the song " Don't Worry Baby " for a Battle of the Bands contest, because his brother Buzz surfed with the famous band, and Mike Love liked the sound of Mitch's voice.
In , Mitch threw a charity concert with the Surf-Rider Foundation to build a pipeline to divert a storm drain that was polluting the coast.
Using Buzzy's connections, he got the Beach Boys to perform at the concert, singing the song "Summer in Paradise. At his 20 year reunion, he was pressured into singing on stage.
Gayle felt Mitch was too invested in his work and she couldn't handle all the time he had invested into his career.
Mitch did not want to divorce, and he continued to love Gayle for a time, even after the marriage had ended. Mitch reunited with his brother Buzz in , also meeting Buzz's son, Kyle.
Mitch did not always have a good relationship with his father. He felt Al did not love him and was disappointed in him. This was due to Al's wish that Mitch would follow in his footsteps and become an architect.
For a while Mitch went along with his father's requests and even earned an architectural degree, working for two months alongside his father in the firm.
However, Mitch decided it wasn't for him and he decided to become a full-time lifeguard instead, something he had dreamed of doing since he was a young boy.
Mitch's mother Irene was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in a very special episode. In , when two members of the band were murdered, Mitch solved the crime, though implicating two members of the band in a crime of their own.
He also had a commanding officer named "Junkyard" who said that Mitch "was never good at taking orders and never knew when to quit. Mitch was shown to have a care-free, cavalier attitude towards his work as a SEAL, starkly contrasting the character's attitude towards the work and profession of a lifeguard.
Around , Mitch spent a year in Australia as part of the lifeguard exchange program. One day he attempted to rescue a wind surfer in treacherous waves, but failed to save her.
Ten years later, her husband, a man named Wily Brown, came to the United States to get revenge on the lifeguard who failed to save her. Mitch was involved in a series of accidents such as failing brakes on his rescue truck and a poisonous snake left in his locker , and was suspicious that Wily perpetrated them.
Finally the truth was revealed when Mitch's friend Kaye, a newspaper reporter, found Wily's personnel file. As Mitch went to confront Wily about his suspicions, he was sneak attacked and left for dead in a burning lifeguard tower.
Fortunately, Mitch woke up and got out in time to chase Wily in the scarab, lassoing him and sending him off to the proper authorities.
In , Mitch uncovered a drug operation on the marina. His work led to the arrest and conviction of drug lord Mason Sato, who was released from prison five years later, in the episode "War of Nerves.
Eventually Mitch and Sato fought on the docks, and Sato was arrested and returned to prison. Sato returned as the villainous mastermind in the reunion movie Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding.
Shortly after his divorce from Gayle in , Mitch entered into a relationship with visiting lifeguard Stephanie Holden. The two quickly became serious but the relationship ended abruptly when Stephanie left both Mitch and Baywatch.
Three years later, when Stephanie returned to Baywatch full-time as a Lieutenant, Mitch discovered that she was still married when he was pursuing her, and that she broke off her relationship with Mitch in order to work things out with her husband.
Though Stephanie was officially divorced by the time of her return, it was decided by both Mitch and Stephanie to maintain a platonic relationship from that point onward.
Additionally, the hierarchy of their roles as lifeguards remained inconsistent. In some episodes, Stephanie was of a higher rank than Mitch, and in others, Mitch was her direct supervisor.
Mitch was known throughout the series for taking his career as a lifeguard very seriously. Quite often, he would find himself on the defensive from criticisms by characters with misconceptions about his work, who would assume he was just on the beach to meet girls or to sun tan.
A typical solution to this plot element would be for the criticizing person to end up in need of a rescue, or to witness Mitch saving a life, thus having their opinion of the lifeguard profession changed.
On at least one occasion, Mitch described lifeguarding as "the only job [he] ever had. As the series began, Gayle and Mitch were having difficulties working out the custody agreement over Hobie.
Gayle wanted Hobie to come live with her full-time in Ohio. Mitch was devastated over this, but after realizing how much Hobie wanted to stay with his father, Gayle agreed to let him stay in California.
In the season 2 episode "Reunion," Gayle conceded that Mitch was doing an excellent job raising Hobie by himself. Mitch was occasionally shown to have money problems.
In the season 2 episode "Money, Honey," he took on a job as a private lifeguard at a gala event thrown at the home of a movie producer named Dita played by Leslie Easterbrook.
He did this to get money for hockey equipment for Hobie. After rescuing several boaters who had been drinking, Mitch was offered a role in a movie.
One of the great longings of Mitch's life throughout the series was for a family beyond himself and Hobie. He wanted a woman to share his life with, and more children so Hobie would have brothers and sisters.
By season 3 he admitted to his longtime friend, Police Officer Garner Ellerbee that he was tired of meeting women on the beach and being caught up in purely physical relationships.
Mitch briefly dated Jackie Quinn, mother of Summer , during season 4. She later described him as "The sweetest man I have ever met. While among friends, Jackie also inferred the possibility that Mitch had used spontaneous rescue opportunities as a means of escaping intimacy.
Perhaps the greatest challenge of Mitch Buchannon's life came in the two-part episode, "Shattered," where Mitch was paralyzed after being slammed three times by a wave into some rocks.
After being hospitalized for his injuries, Mitch befriended Jason, a boy from Chicago as part of the Witness Protection Program who was confined to a wheelchair due to injuries sustained while protecting his brother from drug dealers.
Mitch, full of grief over the prospect of never lifeguarding again, became despondent, but when Jason's life was in danger from attackers, Mitch was able to move his leg again and kick a gun away from the attacker's reach.
Mitch knew then that he was on the road to recovery, and was able to rehabilitate shortly thereafter. As Lieutenant Lifeguard, Mitch wore a khaki uniform through the first season.
From season 2 onward, Mitch's office uniform consisted of a white polo shirt with sweats and a red jacket.
Mitch often carried a badge and acted in a quasi-law enforcement capacity, occasionally doing mundane tasks such as checking boardwalk merchants for permits.
Sometimes Mitch's work and his personal life would intersect, as he met several of the women in his life through his career.
In one episode, Mitch met a mysterious woman named Kate McCoy, who helped him rescue a fishing trawler. Over the course of a day, Mitch and Kate developed a strong bond.
After telling Mitch that she felt safe for the first time in her life, Kate died of a heart attack under mysterious circumstances outside of Mitch's tower.
Mitch immediately perceived that foul play was involved, as young healthy women do not ordinarily suffer heart attacks.
It was then revealed that Kate was murdered, as she was a reporter investigating a shady arms deal. This event served as an impetus for the lovelorn Mitch to continue branching out into his second career as a private investigator.
Mitch lived in a rather large house that was situated along a canal, but it was never explained how he maintained such a lavish home on a lifeguard's salary it is presumed because he was a Lieutenant who worked full-time all year long, that he made a decent living.
It is also presumed he received a substantial raise when promoted to Captain in the eighth season. In first season episodes, Mitch's living room couch was made from an old rowboat, but when the series was revived for its second season in , more contemporary furniture was used.
The layout of the kitchen and front entrance were also different. Many scenes featured a roaring fireplace in his living room, where he would often play checkers or chess with Hobie or Garner, or be shown sipping wine with his love interests.
He also quite often invited his fellow lifeguards over for meals like pizza or smoked fish. In earlier episodes, many of the lifeguards were in his house to babysit Hobie when Mitch was called away to help with lifeguard or police business.
According to one episode, the house was located on Talanca, in Venice, CA , though no such address truly exists. Mitch was involved in many sports through the run of the series.Figur ist neu im Baywatch Sortiment. Mitch gehört jetzt zum ständig erweiterten POP! Produktangebot. Jede Figur ist etwa 9 cm groß und in einer illustrierten. Dec 13, - Photo of Mitch for fans of Baywatch Bonann („Baywatch“; –). Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff) leitet als Lieutenant ein Team von Rettungsschwimmern am Strand von Malibu, das sich. DramaActionserie. Weitere Serien aus Saber Rider Ramrod Jahr findest Du hier. Dieser Artikel oder nachfolgende Abschnitt ist nicht The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1 Stream mit Belegen beispielsweise Einzelnachweisen ausgestattet. Zum Beispiel waren von den dreizehn Hauptdarstellern der achten Staffel in der neunten Staffel nur noch acht übrig. Christine Pappert.