The Forest Rangers was a 1960's Canadian television series that dealt with the adventures of junior forest rangers in the Canadian wilderness.




3   2   1  
1965   1964   1963  


Add Image Add an image

Do you have any images for this title?



Series cast summary:
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)


The Forest Rangers was a 1960's Canadian television series that dealt with the adventures of junior forest rangers in the Canadian wilderness.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis

Plot Keywords:

family relationships | See All (1) »





Official Sites:



Release Date:

1963 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

Centinelas del bosque  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs


(104 episodes)

Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
See  »

Did You Know?


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 »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

Great Show - The Best Closing Theme
13 June 2006 | by (Dundalk, Canada) – See all my reviews

This remains one of my all-time favorite TV shows. I recall it best when it ran as a feature of the CBC kids show, "Razzle Dazzle" with Al Hamel and Trudy Young. This kids show would feature other great kid's shows like "Skippy The Bush Kangaroo" and "Thierry La Fronde" too.

I can remember climbing off the homeward school bus one day and turning on my family's 19" black and white "Admiral" TV to see Rex Hagon (Pete Keeley) and Susan Conway (Kathy) appearing as guests of Razzle-Dazzle co-host Trudy Young. To that point in time, I really didn't know TFR was a drama! I was convinced what was on the show had to be reality! Being a kid you have strange perceptions - I thought people were only allowed to "act" in Hollywood, certainly not in the Canadian wilderness! When I realized that not only Americans could act, Canadians could too, I was so darned impressed!

The chemistry of the characters were what drew me to the show day after day. Pete and Chub (Ralph Endersby) always wanted to be the leader, but somehow, they'd eventually make up and get on with what had to be done. My favorite character was the wise native Joe Two Rivers (Michael Zenon), who always sent a chill up my spine with his familiar recant "Mebeeeee...mebee NAWT..." Of course, who could forget the stoic Sgt. Scott (Gordon Pinsent), a rather diminutive dude who still seemed to be able to scare us crapless even wearing a goofy hat, wide pants and a red serge.

I think everyone who ever heard it, loved the memorable theme music written and conducted by the great John Hubert Bath. The Forest Rangers always ended with that memorable flourish: Duh-duh-duh-dummmmmmm-dummmmmmmm-DAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! which concluded each episode. The same incidental musical pieces featured in TFR, also graced the 1958 movie "Wolf Dog," which I'll always love, but (sadly) you will probably never see.

My kudos to a Canadian gent named Clayton Self and his work on the TFR fansite - see the "miscellaneous" link at left. He also managed to put together a wonderful reunion for the cast and crew of the show. He was also instrumental in getting the series immortalized on an Imavision DVD series in 2007. Long live TFR in reruns.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: