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So it was Bob LeMond on this sponsor billboard, otherwise, Cy Harrice was the voice-over announcer for the Salem spots!
Gave myself Deadline and Ben Casey, S1 V1 for Xmas. BC's S1, V2 is on the way after the holiday!
You mean shows like Colt .45, Temple Houston, National Velvet, The Travels of Jamie Mc Pheeters, etc.
May I add that Van McCoy also co-wrote the score for a Rawhide episode titled "A Moment in The Sun", and he had a big pop hit in 1975 with a...
Must be the Capitol library being utilized for the underscores, but Bob Thompson was given on-screen credit for additional music in a season one...
Then who may be dong the complete OSB series collection?
Is CBS going to release the complete OSB series?
The Guns of Will Sonnett (Restored and in full running time, just like Branded)
Maybe there's still hope for Colt .45 and maybe, Temple Houston too!
The Cara Williams Show was co-produced by Keefe Brasselle"s Richieleu Productions IAW CBS, so it belongs with CBSTD, but it will never see the...
Amos-n-Andy is owned by CBS, and a DVD release may never see the light of day!
I wonder if Colt .45 would be a nice addition to the Starz/Encore westerns lineup, maybe Temple Houston, too! They could pony up some money to...
Still waiting for Temple Houston, if WAC ever gives it a DVD release, a rush job to get that series on the NBC Thursday night schedule in the fall...
And TFC is offering Seasons 1 & 2 of Laramie, quite obviously tapings from Starz or even GRIT!!!
It was the Jets that had a 32-29 lead when the Raiders scored two touchdowns late, look it up!
Hotel De Paree, Gunslinger, and Trackdown could be logical choices for us western fans!
In another thread, it is said that Universal is digitizing their entire library, so there's hope of seeing these shows in HD quality!
Still hoping for Colt .45 and Temple Houston!!!
And you can say the same thing for THE GUNS OF WILL SONNETT. And just like with BRANDED, it could use re-mastering onto HD by CBSTD!
MGM did two seasons of National Velvet.
Gave myself a pair of DVD sets for Xmas, both w/John Russell, SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE: The Complete Series, and LAWMAN: The Complete 2nd Season, which...
Futura was the common typeface at Revue from The Adventures of Kit Carson to Leave it To Beaver!
Oh yes, one more w/the clarendon, The Deputy
Three Revue/Universal westerns had their end credits in Clarendon.
What about Route 66?
I read that there was also an NBC Orange Network for the Pacific coast!
I have the ONE STEP BEYOND CD, a re-issue of a late 50s Decca album by Harry Lubin!!!
Ditto for Arrest and Trial and Alias Smith and Jones, Timeless said they were both on NBC, but they were on ABC, oh BTW, a history lesson, ABC was...
I can say the same thing about Wagon Train: Timeless said that it was on NBC from 1957-65, but it switched networks going over to ABC for its last...
The old Republic back lot at the time was being occupied by Four Star before the lot was bought by CBS and became the CBS Studio Center. Revue was...