A Man Called Shenandoah: Season 1, Episode 2

Survival (20 Sep. 1965)

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While headed to Dos Minos, Shenandoah's horse falls in the snow and breaks his leg. Shenandoah comes upon a widow being badly treated by two men, then he buys a horse and head to town. But ... See full summary »

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While headed to Dos Minos, Shenandoah's horse falls in the snow and breaks his leg. Shenandoah comes upon a widow being badly treated by two men, then he buys a horse and head to town. But his trouble is just starting when he's accused of horse stealing and cold-blooded murder. Written by Michelle

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Shenandoah: Lady, your looking at a man without a name. I don't even have a memory.
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Another Sad Ending
23 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode had some well-known character actors. Jeanne Cooper, best known for her role on All My Children had appeared in many Westers including "The Monroes" and "The Big Valley." Adam Williams played in the Rifleman twice, the most memorable being Jake Pardee. John Anderson has been in nearly every Western.

In this episode, Shenadoah goes to another town to talk to a man who may be able to recognize him. It is unknown how Shenadoah found out about this man, but while there he gets himself into a mess of trouble.

Probably the most awesome part in this episode is when he shoots Tate. The gunshot basically blasts Tate and he falls after being thrown clear off his feet. That was an awesome fall!

Another dead end, another disappointment. Then the sad music plays.


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