Cheyenne (1955–1963)
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Deputy Cheyenne is forced to bring an outlaw in for a murder Cheyenne doesn't think he committed after the US Marshal is killed in a shootout. At the same time the father of the victim is trailing Cheyenne and wants to hang the outlaw.



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Cheyenne is working as a deputy along with Lou Gray for U.S. Marshal Len Merrick. They come upon Ed Roden, Sr. leading a group of men about to lynch Pop Keith for killing Roden's son Ed Jr. Pop Keith vows he killed no one but only rustled a few cattle. Merrick's group rides up in time to stop the lynching. Another rancher Newcombe refuses to help Roden fight the law and warns the Marshal that Roden is coming after Pop Keith with his own cowhands. Cheyenne rides to where Roden picks up his son for burial who was shot in the back. After he leaves, Cheyenne spots Roden's son's watch on the ground. He rejoins the group that has been lead by Pop Keith's to his homestead where they are fighting with Pop's daughter Mary. Cheyenne is able to sneak up behind her and stop her. Merrick tells Cheyenne the law must be followed when Cheyenne states he believes Pop is innocent. Merrick's group is corned by Roden's men. Dan Roden is captured after Merrick is mortally wounded. Merrick tells Cheyenne ... Written by Anonymous

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3 January 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This plot was reused in the Bronco series in the show "Winter Kill" in which Bronco leads the group across winter mountains and the parent is the mother instead of the father. It was Season 2, Episode 19 of Bronco. See more »


Dan Roden: Give me a gun. I wanna get that big fellow myself.
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Remake of Along the Great Divide (1951) See more »

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Run Of The Mill Western, But Still Enjoyable
9 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Cheyenne working as a deputy for U.S. Marshal Merrick, helps to prevent Pop Keith being lynched for a murder he says he did not commit.

The lawmen then take Pop on a long journey to stand trial, picking up his daughter Mary along the way. The murdered man's father, Ed Roden Snr, the instigator of the lynching, will not let things rest until his son's killing is avenged and tracks the small band looking for any opportune moment to get even.

When the Marshal is fatally wounded, Cheyenne promises him that he would make sure that the old man stands trial, although he believes that Pop is innocent.

Does Pop make it to trial? Well, Cheyenne certainly has some problems along the way, one of them being Mary played by attractive Warner Bros starlet Diane Brewster, who tries to wind her way into our hero's heart.

Clint Walker as always, has the charisma to make the most ordinary movie watchable with his laid back style and powerful on screen presence.

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