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Efrem Zimbalist Jr.,
I remember seeing this series as a very young girl (born in 1956) when I lived in England. I remember very little about the series except having a girlish crush on Dick.
The only other thing I remember was an episode where Dick ends up flying over a wall into a pigsty. The Range Rider says something, Dick replies, the RR says "Indeed?" and Dick replies "No, in pig muck".
I howled with laughter and told everyone I knew over the next few days.
Even now, every time I hear anyone say "Indeed?", I have to stop myself from delivering Dick's reply.
For that wonderful memory alone, I am grateful.
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