Cheyenne (1955-1963)

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    There are 27 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Big Iron.

    • Re: Classic TV Westerns - Cheyenne (1955-1963)

      I've been taping and watching some of the episodes in the marathon. I liked all the Warner's westerns when I was a kid. Some of them still hold up, but others seem to have been shot on cheesy sets that vividly contrast with the snips of old Warner movies that are spliced in pretty regularly.
      Still it's fun to see young actors pop up early in their career.



      We deal in lead, friend.
    • Re: Classic TV Westerns - Cheyenne (1955-1963)

      This is an ad off of Clint's website, Here for a new DVD release of a movie he was starring in, a Night of the Grizzly.


      A great western adventure! Big Jim Cole (Clint Walker) inherits land in Wyoming and trades his dangerous lawman’s life for the comparatively cushy existence of a rancher. But he barely gets his family settled when new dangers plague them. There’s a treacherous grizzly bear on a murderous rampage, angry neighbors who covet his property and an outlaw he once sent to prison is back for revenge. The stellar cast includes western legends, Jack Elam, Keenan Wynn, Leo Gordon and TV’s Tarzan, Ron Ely.

      Price Includes Shipping.

      A current interview will also be included, and all copies will be autographed by Clint
    • One of my all-time favorite Western television shows. With Clint's passing this week, I think I'm going to do a marathon of Season 1 on DVD this weekend.
      "I'm the hardest egg ever hatched on the toughest street in the world. The Bowery Kid--That's Me!"
      (The Lone Star Ranger, 1930)
    • Kevin wrote:

      Good long weekend to do a marathon. :thumbup:
      Totally, Kevin!! I found the first season in Walmart last year for about $10.00. Couldn't pass that up at all. :) Hopefully StarzEncore Westerns and Decades will do their own marathons in tribute as well.
      "I'm the hardest egg ever hatched on the toughest street in the world. The Bowery Kid--That's Me!"
      (The Lone Star Ranger, 1930)

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