Outlaws (1986–1987)
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Outlaws 

Five time-tossed 1880's cowboys find themselves in the 1980's and start a detective agency.

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Maggie Randall
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On a dark, stormy night, on a hill outside of Houston back in the old west, a sheriff and his deputies corner a local gang of thugs. Suddenly, a time warp occurs and everyone is transported over 100 years into the future, to present day Houston. After some initial difficulties adjusting, they do what any group of cowboys would do when hurled over 100 years into a strange future: They start a detective agency. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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28 December 1986 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Isaiah 'Ice' McAdams: So, let's do it.
Wolfson 'Wolf' Lucas: Amen.
John Grail: Slow and easy.
Harland Pike: But all the way.
William 'Billy' Pike: To the hilt.
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Outlaws was a cowboy great show I wish it was back on TV again.
20 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

I enjoyed this program very much and I really miss it! I love cowboy movies and shows, but to put five men in the future was the best, and then turning out to be lawmen was really great, I love the shoot outs and the outcome of the show, I only wish it was back on TV to see again, I never missed a show. If you never seen the show you missed a good program.


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