Babs Hooten, husband Bill and son Brook escape the frantic pace of NYC, buying dude ranch Guestward Ho in New Mexico. Their neighbor is Hawkeye who gives them bad advice he wants the Indians to reclaim the land if the Hootens fail.
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 Babs Hooten (38 episodes, 1960-1961)
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 Hawkeye (38 episodes, 1960-1961)
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 Bill Hooten / ... (38 episodes, 1960-1961)
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 Brook Hooten / ... (38 episodes, 1960-1961)
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Babs Hooten, husband Bill and son Brook escape the frantic pace of NYC, buying dude ranch Guestward Ho in New Mexico. Their neighbor is Hawkeye who gives them bad advice he wants the Indians to reclaim the land if the Hootens fail.

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29 September 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Leif Erikson played Babs husband in the pilot. See more »

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Featured in T.V. Sphincter (1987) See more »

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Chief Hawkeye was a clever man
16 March 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

My favorite character on this show was the Indian chief. I liked the way he entered a scene in his Continental Mark V convertible loaded with hot looking maidens. He wore a huge flowing feathered head-dress. The maidens had sexy buckskin outfits. His musical theme was a jazzy arrangement of old-time B western 'Indian' dance music. DA DA, DA DA, DA DA,DA DA,DA DA, DA DA, DA DA DA. He sold 'authentic' Indian trinkets which were made in Asia and planned to buy back the United States by following his investments in the Wall Street Journal. His intention was to return the country to his people. Since he had the only supply center anywhere near the ranch, the New York family which had bought the ranch had to deal with him. Today, some Indian nations, such as the Navaho are very rich.


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