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OK, I and my riding friends were besotted with Tony Young (or was it Cord we loved?) and the plot lines were perhaps not so important, but I do not remember them being poor. Even the fact that Tony was scared stiff of horses and we all loved horses and riding made no difference! As westerns go it was, perhaps, as has already been said, typical but for us, wonderful. It lasted such a short time that we were soon deprived of the gorgeous Tony but I can still remember the theme song as though it were yesterday, not 45 years ago!! Cord's dark, brooding presence is fixed in my memory, too. I wish I could see the series again - I really do!
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