Hec Ramsey: Season 1, Episode 1

The Century Turns (8 Oct. 1972)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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An aging lawman in 1901 Oklahoma employs the latest crime detection techniques to solve the murder of a homesteading couple while overcoming the skepticism of his young, college-educated police chief.

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Sharon Acker ...
Nora Muldoon
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Ben Ritt
Robert Pratt ...
Steve Ritt
Ray Middleton ...
Judge Leroy Tate
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Sgt. Juan Mendoza
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Constable Watson
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Earl Enright
Brian Dewey ...
Andy Muldoon
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Fenner
Maurice Jara ...
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Francis De Sales ...
A. Wingate
Len Wayland ...
Harley
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An aging lawman in 1901 Oklahoma employs the latest crime detection techniques to solve the murder of a homesteading couple while overcoming the skepticism of his young, college-educated police chief.

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This originally premiered with no title but that of the series. When subsequently syndicated as a movie, it was retitled "The Century Turns." See more »

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Follows Have Gun - Will Travel (1957) See more »

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Above average pilot for western mystery movie series
27 June 2001 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Richard Boone is superior as aging Hec Ramsey. Rick Lenz is fascinating in a character that provides a modern-leaning counterpoint to Ramsey's set ways. The always-resilient Sharon Acker is on hand to provide character. And, the ubiquitous Harry Morgan contributes his special brand of cynicism to a well-crafted, if somewhat leisurely paced, western mystery.


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