Gunfighter Ethan Cord, left to raise his dead sister's children, tries to settle down in the town of Paradise, but finds that his past continues to haunt him.
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1991   1990   1989   1988  
Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 20 nominations. See more awards »
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Lee Horsley ...
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 Claire Carroll 56 episodes, 1988-1991
Matthew Newmark ...
 Joseph Carroll 56 episodes, 1988-1991
Brian Lando ...
Michael Patrick Carter ...
 George Carroll 56 episodes, 1988-1991
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 Amelia Lawson 56 episodes, 1988-1991
Dehl Berti ...
James Crittenden ...
 Charlie / ... 37 episodes, 1988-1991
Mack Dryden ...
 Scotty McBride / ... 34 episodes, 1988-1990
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Gunfighter Ethan Cord, left to raise his dead sister's children, tries to settle down in the town of Paradise, but finds that his past continues to haunt him. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Drama | Western

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27 October 1988 (USA)  »

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Guns of Paradise  »

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(56 episodes)

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4:3
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The first two years the show was just called "Paradise." It was changed to "Guns of Paradise" for the third season. See more »

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If only,
11 December 2004 | by (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) – See all my reviews

This was a good western Lee Horsely really knows how to ride a horse, the supporting cast was good and the stories were usually interesting. It was good to watch Dehl Berti play a believable one of The People (or "Indian," I suppose) and I really enjoyed the late John F. Bloom III playing Tiny. Sadly we only saw two seasons before it was superseded by "The Young Politically Correct Riders" and of course "Dr.Quinn...WOMAN Woman." Reckon today it'd be "Survivor-Paradise" or "C. S. I. Paradise." I can't wait until it's available on DVD. My parent's generation had Wagon Train and Gunsmoke and here's hoping the next generation will discover Paradise (with or without Guns.)


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