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A Man Called Shenandoah (TV Series 1965–1966) Poster

(1965–1966)

Trivia

Robert Horton wrote and sang the theme song.
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As the series progressed, it was revealed that the hero was a Union Army officer in the western theater of the Civil War, and was an expert card player.
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The series was produced by Fred Freiberger, who produced Star Trek (1966), and had many future "Star Trek" regulars appear, including Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and James Doohan.
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The ring Shenandoah (Robert Horton) wore belonged to his brother Walter, killed during the Civil War.
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Shenandoah was one of three people who survived a fort's massacre. It is never explained how he survived.
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The theme song was recorded years later by The Gang on a 45 put out by Trash Records.
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