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"Cheyenne" Border Affair (1957)

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Writer:
James Gunn (writer)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
5 November 1957 (Season 3, Episode 4)
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Plot:
After Cheyenne takes a cattle herd to Mexico, he is captured by the French. After escaping, he aids a young runaway princess who doesn't like her much older intended husband. He takes her to a rebel camp where they learn her real identity. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Clint Walker ... Cheyenne Bodie

Erin O'Brien ... Princess Maria Felitzia / Juanita

Joy Page ... Empress Carlotta

Sebastian Cabot ... Gen. Dubeauchaie

Michael Pate ... Col. Rissot

Linda Watkins ... Baroness Entrada
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Rosario (as Miguel Landa)

Naomi Stevens ... Mama Fina
Marya Stevens ... Juana
Paul Fierro ... Mexican
Felipe Turich ... Ortiz
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Abdullah Abbas ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Emile Avery ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Elias Gamboa ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Maria Haro ... Villager (uncredited)

Clyde Howdy ... Soldier (uncredited)
Lou Krugman ... Doorman (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Soldier (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Leslie H. Martinson 
 
Writing credits
James Gunn (writer)

Produced by
William T. Orr .... executive producer
Arthur W. Silver .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Carl Berger 
 
Film Editing by
Robert Sparr  (as Robert T. Sparr)
 
Art Direction by
Perry Ferguson 
 
Set Decoration by
Bill Holland 
 
Makeup Department
Gordon Bau .... makeup supervisor
 
Production Management
Oren Haglund .... production manager (as Owen W. Haglund)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eddie Prinz .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
James S. Thomson .... sound
 
Editorial Department
James Moore .... supervising film editor
 
Music Department
Stan Jones .... lyricist: theme
William Lava .... composer: theme music
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
60 min | 49 min (DVD)
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

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Quotes:
Cheyenne Bodie:We could leave the border behind but could we leave ourselves? Could we be happy, either of us? If I took you away from this and saw you change... you ran away from it.See more »
Soundtrack:
Mexican Hat DanceSee more »

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Not the princess bride for sure, 21 February 2017
Author: pensman from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Typical, young(ish) spoiled princess sent to marry dashing military hero finds out he is very, very plump General Dubeauchaie (Sebastian Cabot). So she runs away trying to pass herself off as a local Spanish girl, Juanita. Cheyenne finds her and brings her to a rebel camp where anyone with a brain could tell in two minutes she has never done a hour's work in her life. And she knows nothing of local customs but is hot enough to sizzle the heart of one of the younger rebels, Rosario; but she has the hots for Cheyenne. When Cheyenne and the men from the rebel camp are captured, he is offered a deal by Empress Carlotta: Bring her back and no marriage will be forced upon the princess. However, the rebel women have their own deal: bring back their men and the princess will be returned unharmed.

Anyway, the general doesn't want her back figuring she's a soiled sister after spending nights in the mountains with Cheyenne. Only her duenna wants her back so she helps Cheyenne escape; and he rallies other male rebels to take up arms and attack the French and free the captured men. The princess is returned to Carlotta and she gives the princess freedom to marry whomever; but we know with her background, it won't be Cheyenne. It isn't. And Cheyenne sighs and watches her sail away, presumably back to Europe. Let's just say not a memorable performance by anyone in this episode.

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