Cowboy in Africa (1967–1968)
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African Rodeo: Part 2 

John Henry and Jim both say yes to competing in the rodeo, but Jim knows there is more than meets the eye. The Gauchos have already decided they will win, and Jim will have to perform with ... See full summary »

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Jim Sinclair
Tom Nardini ...
John Henry
Ronald Howard ...
Wing Commander Hayes
Gerald Edwards ...
Samson
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Jorge
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Hannible (as Ronald Feinberg)
Michael Jackson ...
Himself
Tom Kelly ...
George Kirgo
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Trevor Wellington
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Bernie Levine
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Van Allen
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Ruy
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John Henry and Jim both say yes to competing in the rodeo, but Jim knows there is more than meets the eye. The Gauchos have already decided they will win, and Jim will have to perform with a watchful eye to make sure the competition stays honest. Written by Michelle

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22 January 1968 (USA)  »

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The Rodeo
23 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

A pretty unbelievable and inaccurate episode. Jim, of course, finally gave in to doing the interview. Chuck Connors stays in character as he throws his weight around. His weight usually holds a lot of respect, but in this episode he seems to be a bit too cocky and a bit too...something. He really annoys me.

Being brought down a peg or two actually satisfies me, those these guys really were mean characters. Samson, of course, worries about Cowboy Jim and for good reason. After all, the unbelievability of the episode is the fact that they are riding wild African game.

I found the entire episode pretty annoying...


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