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

(1965–1966)

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Robert Horton wrote and sang the theme song.
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As the program progressed, it is 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 later produced Star Trek (1966), and had many future "Star Trek" regulars appear as guest stars, including Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley and James Doohan.
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Of the 34 episodes made, only 29 survived.
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The ring Shenandoah wears 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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