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I was 13 when this show aired and don't recall much about it, but I have a vivid memory that whenever Rango was about to go do something a little dangerous, his horse would sit down on his butt and Rango had to coax and beg him into getting up.
It looked bizarre and hilarious! I wonder whatever happened to that horse... He should have gotten more work!
Tim Conway is been one of my favorite comedians and stole the scenes in "McHale's Navy". Rango and his other late 60's effort "Turn On", a "Laugh-In" rip-off which didn't even make it to the end of the first episode on some stations, needs to be re-aired just for the camp factor.
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