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Based on the book by Louis L'Amour and the 1953 John Wayne movie of the same title, Hondo follows the life of Hondo Lane, a cavalry scout living in the Arizona Territory during the 1870s. Hondo had been a Confederate soldier living with the Apaches under Chief Vittorio, but when his wife, the chief's daughter, was killed in a massacre, Hondo joined the Army to help prevent more massacres and the death and destruction that come along with them

Stoney BurkeStoney Burke
ABC, 1962 | Drama, Western

Professional rodeo rider Stoney Burke was after one thing: the Golden Buckle, symbolizing the world champion saddle bronc rider. Unfortunately he did not win the ultimate prize prior to the cancellation of this contemporary western series.

Stories of the CenturyStories of the Century

Western anthology series featuring the real life stories of numerous legendary figures of the Old West. Future Dallas star Jim Davis played newspaperman Matt Clark, who would conveniently be present on the scene to tell the story of each featured character of the week. The show aired in syndication during the years 1954-55.

The RoundersThe Rounders
ABC, 1966 | Comedy, Western

A modern-day comedy western series about two idle and bored, women-chasing contemporary cowboys.

The Overland TrailThe Overland Trail

Overland Trail was a short lived television western about the adventures of an earthy stage coach line superintendent and his young partner as they strive to keep the stage routes open and safe. William Bendix played Frederick Thomas "Fred" Kelly, the superintendent of the fictitious Overland Stage Company. Doug McClure appeared as Frank "Flip" Flippen, Kelly's associate in the business.

Casey JonesCasey Jones

Television version of the classic train story of Casey Jones, the engineer of the steam-engine powered "Cannonball Express".

Hotel de PareeHotel de Paree
CBS, 1959 | Western

Sundance accidentally killed a man in Georgetown, Colorado. After paying his debt to society for 17 years, he was released from prison and returned to the town. He sought out the relatives of his victim and luckily, they were a couple of attractive women who needed a man to help protect their business: the Hotel de Paree.

The Rough RidersThe Rough Riders
ABC, 1958 | Drama, Action, Western

After the Civil War, two former Union soldiers and an ex-Confederate team up to travel the West.

The Magnificent SevenThe Magnificent Seven
CBS, 1998 | Drama, Western

The Magnificent Seven is a program based on the five-movie series (but mostly the first two) from the 60's and 70's, which was in turn based on the 1954 Japanese film "Seven Samurai" by Akira Kurosawa. The Magnificent Seven was canceled by CBS after the 1997-1998 season, but was later renewed thanks to a large internet campaign to save the show. The Magnificent Seven was canceled halfway through its second season run, but thanks to fan support CBS agreed to air the remaining six episodes. Unfortunately ratings were so low, CBS was only able to air two of the six before canceling the program again.

Hoot KlootHoot Kloot

"Hoot Kloot" was a series of 17 theatrical cartoon shorts produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1973 to 1974. They featured Sheriff Hoot Kloot - a diminutive, short-tempered lawman - and his loyal horse Fester who try to maintain order in a remote western town. The series was later shown on television as part of the NBC Saturday morning cartoon series "Pink Panther and Friends."

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