An actor who played the character on a long running TV show has fallen on hard times and his only means of support is making appearances as his old character. But when a producer gets the ... See full summary »

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Jeannie Wilson ...
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Cecilia Simon (credit only)
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Myron Fowler (credit only)
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Bridget Hanley ...
Shelby Barnett
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Arnold
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Jonathan Evans
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Bartender (as Alan Hale)
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Oldtimer #1 in Saloon
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Oldtimer #2 - in Saloon
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Kern Barnett
Jackie Joseph ...
Lila Hackett
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Barney - seller of maps to stars' home
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An actor who played the character on a long running TV show has fallen on hard times and his only means of support is making appearances as his old character. But when a producer gets the rights to his character and is about to make a new movie with a different actor in the role, he bars the actor from appearing as his old character. When the actor goes to see the producer to be paid, the producer is killed. So A.J. and Rick are hired to help the man. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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18 November 1982 (USA)  »

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Built around a fictitious TV Western show, this episode guest stars several actors from TV Westerns of the 1950s and 60s. Stuart Whitman (The Cimmeron Strip), Alan Hale (Casey Jones), Pat Buttram (The Gene Autry Show), Jock Mahoney (The Range Rider), John Russell (The Lawman) and Hal Needham (Have Gun, Will Travel). See more »

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Oldtimer #1 in Saloon: You don't look like no coppers to me.
A.J. Simon: Private eyes.
Oldtimer #1 in Saloon: I hate private eyes. You replaced all the Westerns on my TV.
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References A Clockwork Orange (1971) See more »

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