The Rifleman (1958–1963)
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Lucas and Mark are in the barn. Outside a snowstorm is raging and the wind is howling. After they reach the house, they hear Scotty, the driver on a stagecoach. He asks to spend the night. ... See full summary »

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Lucas and Mark are in the barn. Outside a snowstorm is raging and the wind is howling. After they reach the house, they hear Scotty, the driver on a stagecoach. He asks to spend the night. The stagecoach passengers are also invited into the McCain home. Written by missy23b

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Family | Western

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25 April 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[first lines]
Lucas McCain: There's hot coffee on the stove, folks.
Mark McCain: Excuse me, Ma'am.
Lucas McCain: Supper will be ready in about an hour. Hope you all like beef stew.
Christopher Rolf: It's very kind of you to put up with us, Mister...
Lucas McCain: McCain, Lucas McCain. This is my boy Mark.
Christopher Rolf: My name's Ryan. Uh, this is Miss Miller I believe you said?
Tess Miller: Yes, Teresa Miller. I'd like to add my thanks. I hope we won't be too much trouble, Mister McCain.
Lucas McCain: It'll be a little crowded, but I'm sure we'll make out.
Vince Medford: Medford's my name. Vince Medford.
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Chuck Connors breaks the 4th wall in the opening credits after he shoots his riffle and then stares into the camera. See more »

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