Wildside (1985)
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The Crimea of the Century 

A squadron of British cavalry are menacing the countryside around Wildside, but California's governor orders its Chamber of Commerce to take no offensive action against the intruders ... See full summary »

Writers:

Steve Johnson, William Whitehead (story editor) (as W.M. Whitehead)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Howard E. Rollins Jr. ... Bannister Sparks (as Howard Rollins)
William Smith ... Brodie Hollister
J. Eddie Peck ... Sutton Hollister
John D'Aquino ... Varges De La Cosa (as John DiAquino)
Terry Funk ... Prometheus Jones
Sandy McPeak ... Governor J.W. Summerhayes
Meg Ryan ... Cally Oaks
Jason Hervey ... Zeke
Paul Koslo ... Sven Johnson
Jim Piddock ... Bank Robber
Jeff Pomerantz ... Brigadier Derek Trapshaw
Timothy Scott ... Skillet
Robin Hoff Robin Hoff ... Alice Freeze
Patrick Culliton ... Pete Montana
Marta Kristen ... Ellen Jonsen
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A squadron of British cavalry are menacing the countryside around Wildside, but California's governor orders its Chamber of Commerce to take no offensive action against the intruders fearing an international incident. When Cally Oaks stumbles upon their next target, a farm with a tar pit the squadron's leader covets for its petroleum potential, the civic leaders hit upon a plan to do away with the menace while not inflicting any casualties. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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Although the name of the father of the beleaguered family is spelled "Johnson" in the opening credits, his wife and children's family name is spelled "Jonsen" in the closing credits. See more »

Quotes

Brigadier Derek Trapshaw: And you are?
Cally Oaks: Cally... Cally Oaks. I, ah, I publish the newspaper here.
Brigadier Derek Trapshaw: Your servant, Miss Oaks.
[the Brigadier kisses Cally's hand]
Brigadier Derek Trapshaw: It seems I have lived my entire life to create this moment with you.
Cally Oaks: That's beautiful.
Sutton Hollister: It's been beautiful ever since Alexandre Dumas wrote it in "The Three Musketeers".
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4 April 1985 (USA) See more »

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