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Jim Sinclair (Character)
from Africa: Texas Style (1967)

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Africa: Texas Style -- A rancher in Kenya hires two Texas cowboys to prove that the herding and domesticating of wild animals can help save African wildlife.

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Jim is a world championship rodeo cowboy who owns a ranch in Texas... See more »

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  1. "Cowboy in Africa"
        - The Kasubi Death (1968) TV episode, Played by Chuck Connors
        - The Lions (1968) TV episode, Played by Chuck Connors
        - John Henry's Eden (1968) TV episode, Played by Chuck Connors
        - Work of Art (1968) TV episode, Played by Chuck Connors
        - Search and Destroy (1968) TV episode, Played by Chuck Connors
          (21 more)
  2. Africa: Texas Style (1967) Played by Hugh O'Brian

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From "Cowboy in Africa: Fang and Claw (#1.8)" (1967)
Jim Sinclair: It's not just Africa, Son. Everywhere you go there's life and there's death. There's the good and the bad. Sometimes when we lose the ones we love, its hard to understand why. Sometimes in life there are just too many goodbyes - especially for a little boy. I'm afraid we can't always get the things we want and ask for. I wish I could apologize for life, son. But I can't. See more »

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