The adventures of a marshal and his young deputies in a section of Oklahoma infested with bandit gangs, gunmen and robbers.
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2   1  
1962   1961   1960  
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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 Deputy Marshal Will Foreman / ... 50 episodes, 1960-1962
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 Marshal Frank Caine / ... 27 episodes, 1960-1961
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 Deputy Marshal Chalk Breeson / ... 24 episodes, 1961-1962
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The adventures of a marshal and his young deputies in a section of Oklahoma infested with bandit gangs, gunmen and robbers.

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29 September 1960 (USA)  »

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(50 episodes)

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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My favorite TV western series
2 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

This has to be my favorite TV western series. The first season was the better season, as it was rough, tough, and action-packed, with great guest stars (Cliff Robertson, Jack Lord, Jack Chaplain, Martin Landau, Robert Culp, Dean Jones, Robert Lansing, James Coburn, Dean Stockwell, Steve Forrest, etc). My favorite episode from the entire series was Sam Bass. Since I tended to favor the bad guys, this series was right up my alley, as it focused on the bad guys in every episode. The guys at Timeless Media tell me that they are trying to get this series for DVD release, so I can only hope that I live long enough to enjoy it again, after all these years. It will make a terrific box-set.


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