TV special which starred Vince Edwards as a hero who must stop gold-greedy villians, Jill St. John and Zero Mostel, and prove his love to his girl Leslie Ann Warren. This was a TV special ... See full summary »

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Sheriff Sam
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TV special which starred Vince Edwards as a hero who must stop gold-greedy villians, Jill St. John and Zero Mostel, and prove his love to his girl Leslie Ann Warren. This was a TV special filled with music, comedy, and a western story about love, greed, and gold. Many famous faces at the time appeared in this show including Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Frankie Avalon, Cass Elliot, Carl Ballantine, George Gobel, Sam Jaffe and George Kirby. Written by Anonymous

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A lost Classic Indeed
5 May 2006 | by (Philadelphia, Pa) – See all my reviews

Dear Skoyles-

Bless you and the Internet for this memory which I started to look up today. The Vince Edwards sites I visited had no mention of this. he was the perfect bland straight man for the zany group that surrounded him. I started watching this one Sunday afternoon at the tender age of 24? (what was I doing at my parent's home- probably Sunday dinner). I have never mentioned it to anyone, but remember it better that some blockbuster movies of the same era. It hurts to think that 4 years later, Zero Mostel died in the city and hospital I was at. Does anyone else remember it. It certainly looked like a bit of fluff put on by the NetWorks-but somebody spent time putting this together. The good-byes at the end were unique, and posthumous, as I recall. Another tragedy, of the pre-VCR era.


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