Whoot! This is a Lone Ranger episode with none other than Deforest Kelley, Star Trek’s Dr. McCoy! He’s 29 years old in this episode! This is for fans and is in no way made for profit. Video Rating: 4 / 5
F Troop Season Two, Episode 15: Survival of the Fittest Captain Parmenter and Corporal Agarn must survive in the wilderness for ten days with nothing more than a knife and a canteen cup. Property of Warner Bros. All rights accordingly attributed. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Have Gun, Will Travel , season one, episode two – ENJOY- -This show is out of copywright and requires no licence to post- -Any offensive political, religious or cultural views portrayed in TV of this age are not shared by me and are not to be taken seriously- SHOW SUMMARY Paladin was not your normal gunfighter. He was an educated and a traveled man. A West Point graduate, he served as a Union officer during the Civil War. After the war, he went west and became a high-priced ‘gun for hire.’ He was based at the Hotel Carlton in San Francisco and enjoyed the finer things in life. He dressed in fancy clothes, enjoyed fine wine, gourmet food, opera, expensive cigars and he could play the piano. He read newspapers from all over the West looking for situations in which he could help, for a fee. Sometimes Hey Boy, the Oriental porter who worked at the Carlton, would bring Paladin a letter or ‘wire’ asking for his help. Usually, within the first few minutes, he was dressed for ‘business’ and on the trail. When working, he dressed completely in black including a black hat with a band of silver conchos and a custom holster with a silver chess knight on it. He carried a custom made pistol which was perfectly balanced and had a rifled barrel. He preferred to settle problems without violence whenever possible, but if forced to fight, he excelled. A master marksman and a quick draw, he was a match for most any man. And for those ‘difficult times’ he kept a derringer hidden under …
The original primetime soap opera. Original airing: September 18, 1968. Starring in this episode: Ed Nelson (Michael Rossi), Ryan O’Neal (Rodney Harrington), Barbara Parkins (Betty Anderson), Christopher Connelly (Norman Harrington), Patricia Morrow (Rita Harrington), James Douglas (Steven Cord), Tippy Walker (Carolyn Russell), Robert Hogan (Rev. Tom Winter), Michael Christian (Joe Rossi), Sharon Hugueny (Donna Franklin), Barbara Rush (Marsha Russell) and Joe Maross (Fred Russell). Story (from IMDb): Mike makes clear to Tom that Jill lost her baby because of him. Shortly after, Tom announces his plans on divorcing Susan. Meanwhile, Norman fears that Betty will turn to Steven for comfort again. Carolyn finds out that her father is dating a young woman, Donna. URL: www.imdb.com I DO NOT OWN THIS MATERIAL. This episode is currently unavailable on DVD. As soon as it becomes available for purchase, I will remove the episode.