Annie Oakley (1954–1957)
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The Waco Kid 

A old female peddler is injured when her team of horses bolts. While she recuperates under Lofty's care, Annie writes to her estranged son in Texas and asks him to visit his ailing parent. ... See full summary »

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Brad Johnson ...
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Elizabeth Slifer ...
Junk Wagon Jenny Hutchins (as Lizz Slifer)
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Deacon McCanles
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A old female peddler is injured when her team of horses bolts. While she recuperates under Lofty's care, Annie writes to her estranged son in Texas and asks him to visit his ailing parent. Little does Annie know that young man has joined an outlaw gang and brought them to Diablo to resume their criminal activities. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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28 October 1956 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Chuck Hutchins: Remember how we used to play cowboys-and-indians with cap pistols? Remember how we used to do this?
[spins his revolver in his hand]
Chuck Hutchins: Can you still do it?
Annie Oakley: I don't know.
[Annie whips her pistol from her holster and spins it in her finger]
Chuck Hutchins: Hey, that's pretty good... for a girl. Let's see you shoot.
Annie Oakley: Let's see you.
[Annie throws three cans into the air which Chuck shoots in quick succession]
Annie Oakley: Hey, that's not bad... for a man.
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