Death Valley Days (1952–1970)
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The Hat That Wore the West 

John Stetson is not a well man when he heads west. He teams up with trapper Dan Wills and activity restores his health. But when an avalanche ruins a year's work, John's ability to make his own hats promises him a prosperous future.

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Old Ranger
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Dan Willis
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Millie
Paul Sorensen
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Brogger
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John Stetson
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John Stetson is not a well man when he heads west. He teams up with trapper Dan Wills and activity restores his health. But when an avalanche ruins a year's work, John's ability to make his own hats promises him a prosperous future.

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23 October 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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This episode won a 1963 Western Heritage Award as Best Factual Television Program. See more »

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Van Cleef only in cameo
31 August 2016 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

While the rest of the previous review is accurate, Lee Van Cleef is only very briefly in this episode as a guy in a bar. Alan Young's co- star in the episode is Dan Haggerty (Haggerty appeared in many episodes of Death Valley Days).

I've been working restoring the entire series for the past few years. There are many great cameos from future stars in the series. Most of the original Star Trek cast have been in episodes (George Takei, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley), a very young Clint Eastwood and Nick Nolte, Gilligan Island's Russell Johnson - so many more.

If you get Starz, be sure to check out the series! They've been playing our restored episodes!


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