Guns of Paradise (1988–1990)
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Gideon McKay returns to Paradise supposedly sent by Ethan to help him on a job. But Ethan didn't send for him. It was his son, Doug. He tells them that some people are being pressured by a ... See full summary »

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Lee Horsley ...
Ethan Allen Cord
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Claire Carroll
Matthew Newmark ...
Joseph Carroll
Brian Lando ...
Ben Carroll
Michael Patrick Carter ...
George Carroll (as M. P. Carter)
Dehl Berti ...
John Taylor
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Amelia Lawson
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Gideon McKay
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Doug McKay
Mack Dryden ...
Scotty McBride
John Lehne ...
General Benson
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Maggie Atwater
Charles Lucia ...
Frank Montana
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Noah Slatter
James Crittenden ...
Charlie
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Gideon McKay returns to Paradise supposedly sent by Ethan to help him on a job. But Ethan didn't send for him. It was his son, Doug. He tells them that some people are being pressured by a rancher to leave their land. Gideon wants to take the job but Ethan doesn't. The rancher sent some of his men to dissuade them but they are not intimidated and take care of them. But Ethan still doesn't want to take the job but Gideon goes and Ethan tells him he might be too old to go at it alone. Gideon goes anyway and is taken down. Doug then tells Ethan what happened and he goes. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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17 February 1990 (USA)  »

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Gideon McKay and Doug McKay are played by Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford, who had also played the father and son Lucas McCain and Mark McCain in their classic Western, The Rifleman. See more »

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