samples of Tv Westerns from the 50′s
@eLasVegas Are you going to start from the beginning or just jump around? Also exactly what channel will I need to subscribe to so I’ll be notified when you upload another episode. Thanx for doing what ur doing. Peace2Ya
@JimmyCarol100 i agree. So we ave started to post our Bonanza archives for free.
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@wgr88 so do i, my friend, so you’re not alone. and i STILL love watching them and singing the themes to them as well. take care.
@tommynotchelsea NO THEY WERE NOT, when compared to the Stupid Idiotic lame CopyCat SitComs that YOU KIDS watch nowsday! They, the Shows of the 50′s,60′s.70′s, & 80′s at least had storylines that made sense and there is NOTHING ” intellect ” about the Stupid pathetic lame SitComs that they air nowdays! If YOU think so, THEN YOU ARE A BRAINDEAD IDIOT, and probably one of those Stupid ” Gamers “
You’re shows were brainless too, you can’t count the mistakes made on television in those days. At least our shows attempt at making us use our intellect.
I second the Wild, Wild West request.
Is wild wild west on here?
Fall, 1959: 27 prime time westerns on three networks! now at last i can catch up on all the ones I missed!
Thanks for compiling a bunch of TV history, those were the days=nothing like the good ole days of the cowboy shows.
Virginia City enjoying the silver load, there is so much silver, the banks of San Francisco are stacking silver bars in the bank windows; so much silver a new special rail line has been built to the mines: Bonanza, witnessed by Lorne Greene.
Have Gun Will Travel: Wire Paladin, San Francisco. A good western.
Those old American Westerns of the 1950s were something else. The writers out of the 1920s education and new Hollywood studio lots. Some of Hollywood was there around 1910, but in the 1920s is when we see it bloom with the big studio buildings, the original studio lots would look like frontier towns. Those people of the turn of the century taught, educated, and funded the 1950s westerns: Good American stuff.
You know your over the Hill when you can remember all these westerns and i do.
Mistyped meant Bat Masterton
As far as I remember we didn’t get Paladin in England. Must buy the DVDs. Gene Roddenberry wrote some of the episodes. We also missed out on Bat Basterton (played by Gene Barry).
Sugarfoot, Sugarfoot, easy lopin’ sadde ropin’ Sugarfoot………. okay, that’s all the words I remember. Thanks for posting.
I totally love the TV series ” Cheyenne”. It is soo good. I love it! Plus “Who knew that Clint Walker could sing?” I sure didn’t know that. He sure can sing really great!
It’s funny what sticks in the mind. I remember an episode of Wagon Train with guest star Jock ( The Range Rider) Mahoney as a boxer with “the fastest fist in the west”. Great stuff!
I love this, Paladin takes me back oh, how our country was something so much better then before the hateful left seized power!
What? No “Gunsmoke” the most iconic western of them all, and the longest running. It went for 19 years on CBS TV and was on radio in the 1950′s.
tv today is indeed a wasteland-no wonder kids are so dumb now–america and entertainment has indeed dumbed down–pathetic greedy idiots concerned only with profits and not quality- are running the airwaves-they won’t listen to us ordinary folk
A treat. Thanks hbwilling
I wish someone would post the Sugarfoot theme. It’s one of my favorites. But great video anyway. First time I’ve ever heard the entire Paladin theme. Thanks kindly.