The Forest Rangers was a Canadian television series that ran from 1963 to 1965. They are the adventures of Junior Rangers in the Canadian wilderness.
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1965   1964   1963  

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Ralph Endersby ...
 Chub Stanley (93 episodes, 1963-1965)
Peter Tully ...
 Mike Forbes (88 episodes, 1963-1965)
Graydon Gould ...
 George Keeley (85 episodes, 1963-1965)
Michael Zenon ...
 Joe Two Rivers (70 episodes, 1963-1965)
Susan Conway ...
 Kathy (57 episodes, 1963-1965)
Rex Hagon ...
 Peter Keeley / ... (44 episodes, 1963-1964)
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The Forest Rangers was a Canadian television series that ran from 1963 to 1965. They are the adventures of Junior Rangers in the Canadian wilderness.

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Much of the incidental music penned by John Bath for "Forest Rangers" originated in the TV series "Hudson Bay," as well as the 1958 film "Wolf Dog." See more »

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A television series that mirrors Canada's physical and demographic landscape.
27 April 2000 | by (Red Earth, Saskatchewan) – See all my reviews

The memories of watching the TV series "The Forest Rangers" as a young child are etched vividly in my imagination. The show ran from 1964-1966 which meant I was 3-5 years old when it aired. I'm amazed how much I remember about this series. In fact, I thought I dreamt the characters up until recently when I saw it re-aired for cable syndication. Indeed, much of my early life was spent fantasizing the life of a forest ranger: reporting forest fires or crimes to the square jawed officer Sergeant Scott(Gordon Pinsent); learning native lessons from Joe Two Rivers(Michael Zenon); listening to tales told in the thick Quebecois accent of Uncle Raoul(Rolland Bedard, they say, but I was sure it was Maurice Chevalier). These three characters, even today, represent the British, Indian and French people who may often fight for separate sovereignty at times but as "The Forest Rangers" shows, these three sub-nations work best when they work together. It is good to see the series picked up by a cable company. I hope the youth of today will enjoy it as much as I did in my youth.


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