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Ex-gunfighter Hec Ramsey decided to settle down in New Prospect, Oklahoma, where he took a job as deputy to young Sheriff Stamp. Ramsey had become tired of settling disputes with his pistols, so he began studying the new art of criminology, learning about fingerprints and ballistics and contemporary methods of solving crimes. Amos Coogan was Hec's barber pal, and Norma the beautiful woman Hec was kinda "sweet" on. Written by
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Hec Ramsey was a retired gunfighter (See "Have Gun - Will Travel") in
the early 20th century. As gunfighting was going out of fashion, he
took a job as Deputy Sheriff in Oklahoma. Being somewhat politically
incorrect, he was frequently at loggerheads with the Sheriff, a dude
who was grooming himself to run for Mayor.
Unlike most western TV lawmen of the 70's, Hec would often demonstrate
considerable sexual appetite and prowess. This was sometimes extended
to female villains, but he always busted them after collecting the
Hec was only able to retain his job as a result of his successful
record due to his intelligence and use of new-fangled methods of
criminology such as fingerprinting and ballistics.
Unfortunately, the series only lasted for 10 episodes and will probably
never be released on DVD.
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