Stoney Burke (1962–1963)
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A Matter of Pride 

A bull rider is killed, which scares the town into canceling the rodeo. Stoney's attempts to have the rodeo restored and to help the dead man's prideful but dirt poor family put him at odds with powerful city merchant Reese Ludlow.

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Cody Bristol
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E.J. Stocker
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Penn Hudson
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Meryle Hill
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Flora Hill
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Cal Bristol
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A bull rider is killed, which scares the town into canceling the rodeo. Stoney's attempts to have the rodeo restored and to help the dead man's prideful but dirt poor family put him at odds with powerful city merchant Reese Ludlow.

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Drama | Sport | Western

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5 November 1962 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Stoney Burke: Hardly a soul in this country doesn't owe something.
Dayton Hill: Maybe that's what's wrong with this country: Live it up now, earn it later.
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