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Started by routemaster at 21,Aug,22 01:44  other posts of routemaster
The "Western" has pretty much died out these days, at one time there were plenty of films at the cinema and t.v.series and they all had magnificent music themes too. Last night (20.8.22), the 1958 film "The Big Country" starring Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker, Charlton Heston and Burl Ives was shown with my number 1 favourite film music of ALL time, composed by Jerome Moross, a magnificent sweep of music which really conjures up the wide open spaces of 19th Century America. The similarly titled 1960s t.v. series "The Big Valley" starring Barbara Stanwyck, Lee Majors and Linda Evans also had a great theme tune by George Duning and who can forget Elmer Bernstein's awesome theme to the original 1960 version of "The Magnificent Seven"? TCM Movies is currently showing all the old late 1950s/early 1960s series "Sugarfoot" starring the very sexy Will Hutchins who is still alive, now aged 92. What are your favourite "westerns" and your favourite "westerns" music too?

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Paladin: Have gun, Will travel
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By SLUT! at 23,Aug,22 20:56 other posts of SLUT! 
Blazing Saddles
By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 20:02 other posts of buchanan 
Sitting around the campfire again?
By SLUT! at 31,Aug,22 18:55 other posts of SLUT! 
...eating beans.
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and farting
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And more farting
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How 'bout some more beans, Mr. Taggart?
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By routemaster at 25,Sep,22 10:45 other posts of routemaster 
When I got back from Scotland on 16th September, it seems TCM movies has finished showing all the "Sugarfoot" episodes with the gorgeous Will Hutchins and is now showing "Cheyenne" with Clint Walker. I actually preferred "Sugarfoot", mainly because I fancy the young Will Hutchins more!!!
By tb1 at 25,Sep,22 12:55 other posts of tb1 
Clint Walker was a big big dude, I wonder if his cock was size appropriate
By routemaster at 25,Sep,22 15:39 other posts of routemaster 
I should imagine it was!
By tb1 at 25,Sep,22 16:32 other posts of tb1 
Maybe that got him parts in movies because it sure wasn’t his acting ability.

By routemaster at 03,Sep,22 18:08 other posts of routemaster 
TCM Movies is still showing "Sugarfoot" with the gorgeous Will Hutchins on t.v. here in the UK but from next week, they are also starting re-running a contemporary Western t.v. series from the same late 1950s/early 60s period (and in black and white, of course,) "Cheyenne" starring the late Clint Walker that I also remember from when I was a boy. However, I shall miss the first few episodes as this coming Monday (5.9.22), I'm off on holiday to Scotland again with friends and shan't be back until later in the month, so consequently, I shall temporarily be away from SYD too.
By tb1 at 04,Sep,22 04:44 other posts of tb1 
Have a good trip and visit buddy 🙂🙂🙂
By routemaster at 04,Sep,22 13:53 other posts of routemaster 
Thanks my friend, I most definitely will.

By Andthisisme at 04,Sep,22 11:16 other posts of Andthisisme 
Oh yes, another memory from the distant past. There were so many different westerns back then.

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That reminds me of 'Bronco' with Ty Hardin

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By routemaster at 04,Sep,22 13:54 other posts of routemaster 
I remember "Bronco" with Ty Hardin too, that and "Sugarfoot" and "Cheyenne were all on about the same time, usually on a Saturday evening. Thanks for the links.
By Andthisisme at 04,Sep,22 14:50 other posts of Andthisisme 
They were indeed. In fact I think maybe that they were rotated in the US.
By CAT at 04,Sep,22 22:40 other posts of CAT 
I liked Maverick, Bat Masterson, and Rin Tin Tin

By Andthisisme at 03,Sep,22 12:44 other posts of Andthisisme 
Going back to the 50s and 60s Wagon Train

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Then of course the memorable Casey Jones

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By #574505 at 26,Aug,22 20:06
I used to like watching the longranger and Roy royrogers..
By tb1 at 27,Aug,22 13:09 other posts of tb1 
I was a Roy Rogers and Lone Ranger fan too 👍👍
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 16:48 other posts of routemaster 
When I was a little boy, I had a Roy Rogers outfit I used to love wearing. My paternal grand-dad who lived with us was Trigger and used to bounce me up on his knee, saying "I want my carrots" while my mum was Dale Evans. Happy days!
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I also had a Davy Crockett hat too!
By tb1 at 28,Aug,22 04:37 other posts of tb1 
What do they call them nowadays as you can’t call them c___skin caps
By routemaster at 28,Aug,22 09:29 other posts of routemaster 
I've no idea, I'm afraid. When I was a boy, I used to strut around outside with the other kids wearing my Roy Rogers outfit or my Davy Crockett hat. Not so much King of the Wild Frontier as Queen of the Council Estate, hee hee!!!
By tb1 at 28,Aug,22 12:34 other posts of tb1 
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By tb1 at 29,Aug,22 19:56 other posts of tb1 
“Davy, Davy Crockett”
“Queen of the Council Estates”
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By routemaster at 30,Aug,22 04:39 other posts of routemaster 
I wasn't born on a mountain top in Tennessee, neither
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By CAT at 24,Aug,22 22:05 other posts of CAT 
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance with Jimmy Steward, John “The Duke” Wayne, and Lee Marvin
By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:16 other posts of buchanan 
That film had a great title song sung by Gene Pitney.
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 11:19 other posts of routemaster 
Lee Marvin, Vera Miles and Edmond O'Brien were also in that film which should have been in colour. Do please correct me if I'm wrong as it is very many years ago that I last saw the film so I can't remember if Gene Pitney's song actually featured in the film or not. I thought that was written on the back of the success of the film and released later but I'm pleased to be corrected if I'm wrong.
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BtW, Gene Pitney was a great singer, another taken from us too early.
By CAT at 27,Aug,22 12:20 other posts of CAT 
According to Wikipedia
The Burt Bacharach-Hal David song "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance" became a top-10 hit for Gene Pitney. Though based upon the movie's plotline, it was not used in the film. Pitney said in an interview that he was in the studio about to record the song when "... Bacharach informed us that the film just came out." It seems unlikely that the song would be used for the opening credits since its lyrics give the film's surprise ending away. The picture was released April 18, 1962, and the song entered the Billboard Hot 100 the week ending April 28, 1962, peaking at number four in June
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 16:50 other posts of routemaster 
Thanks very much for this interesting information, much appreciated.
By tb1 at 28,Aug,22 04:35 other posts of tb1 
Gene Pitney, Town Without Pity, 24 Hours to Tulsa……..and many many more. Outstanding singer 👏👏👏
By CAT at 29,Aug,22 14:30 other posts of CAT 
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Old memories. I learned to slow dance in Jr High to this song
By tb1 at 29,Aug,22 18:11 other posts of tb1 
It’s a goodie

By bella! at 27,Aug,22 11:25 other posts of bella! 
From the Golden Years of RADIO, please enjoy!

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By Andthisisme at 27,Aug,22 21:19 other posts of Andthisisme 
Well that was even before my time, thank you. I loved the scrolling text at the start, I did remember quite a bit of the back story but not sure that I knew about the silver mine and that the Lone Ranger's horse had silver shoes.
By bella! at 27,Aug,22 21:35 other posts of bella! 
Before my time, too. I listen to crime podcasts on YouTube and I SUSPECT that cookies reveal I'm a "listener" and this was something in my morning lineup!

By dgraff at 21,Aug,22 15:23 other posts of dgraff 
It’s not a western for say but I liked to watch F troop in black and white hilarious
By t-rex at 21,Aug,22 18:22 other posts of t-rex 
Yes it was pretty funny
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:33 other posts of routemaster 
Sorry but I don't know that one neither.
By buchanan at 23,Aug,22 14:45 other posts of buchanan 
Really? "F Troop" was a western sitcom in the mid 60s starring Ken Berry, Forrest Tucker and Larry Storch.
By t-rex at 24,Aug,22 01:46 other posts of t-rex 
Who was the hot blonde ?
By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 05:26 other posts of buchanan 
Melody Patterson
By t-rex at 25,Aug,22 01:29 other posts of t-rex 
She was a cutie
By tb1 at 25,Aug,22 13:29 other posts of tb1 
F Troop’s cast included Forrest Tucker who was blessed with a massive member. If you ever get to see the movie Auntie Mame, watch for a scene where his trouser snake nearly reaches his knee
By t-rex at 27,Aug,22 08:20 other posts of t-rex 
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 10:52 other posts of routemaster 
Another episode of "Sugarfoot" from 1960 was on TCM Movies this morning. I can't get enough of the young Will Hutchins, he is absolutely gorgeous, beautiful handsome face, even in black and white and I love his sexy voice too. He's also a very good actor.
By t-rex at 27,Aug,22 11:51 other posts of t-rex 
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 12:03 other posts of routemaster 
He has lovely come-to-bed eyes, too!
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If you google Will Hutchins 2020, there are lots of pics of him as he is now and also when he was in his prime as a very sexy young man. Considering he is now 92, he don't look too bad at all, can still see its him, has looked after himself and there's also a video of him talking about his career and other stars he worked with. Still got that sexy drawl of a voice, too.

By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 15:43 other posts of routemaster 
How about Western musicals? Top of the list must be "Annie Get Your Gun" with all those great Irving Berlin songs and which gave the world the immortal "There's No Business Like Show Business". The one and only Ethel Merman played the lead on Broadway but by the time the film was made in 1950, she was slightly too old and was going to be replaced by Judy Garland who filmed some scenes but was then sacked for her unreliability, which wasn't entirely her fault and so she too was replaced by Betty Hutton.

Also the 1969 film version of Lerner and Loewe's "Paint Your Wagon" from which Lee Marvin had a number 1 hit with "Wand'ring Star" although my personal favourite is Harve Presnell singing "They Call The Wind Mariah". (I call it a bloody nuisance.) This film also featured Clint Eastwood's one and only singing role when he warbled "I Talk To the Trees".

By JustWill at 26,Aug,22 15:57 other posts of JustWill 
What about Rodgers and Hammerstein's OAKLAHOMA!?
By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 16:05 other posts of routemaster 
Of course! Shame on me for omitting this. Shirley Jones, who played Laurie in the 1955 film version, gave a concert in London in 2010 which I went to and she met the audience afterwards and signed autographs and chatted and was utterly charming and down to earth. It was a pleasure to meet her. Let's not forget, too, that as well as a beautiful singing voice, she blossomed into a substantial actress and in 1960 did a complete about turn from the sweet young things she had hitherto played by winning a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as a prostitute in the film "Elmer Gantry" for which Burt Lancaster also received a Best Actor Oscar too.
By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:13 other posts of buchanan 
Let's not forget Shirley Jones starred in two other classic musicals, "Carousel" and "The Music Man."
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 11:00 other posts of routemaster 
Shirley was gorgeous in those too and, of course, we all remember her in the 1970s t.v. series "The Partridge Family" where she played mum to her real-life stepson the late David Cassidy.

By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:10 other posts of buchanan 
Weill, "Oklahoma" really isn't a western in the traditional sense. Still a great musical.
By JustWill at 26,Aug,22 18:33 other posts of JustWill 
If it has cowboys in it, it's a "western".

By bella! at 26,Aug,22 18:19 other posts of bella! 
Oh, that's tops in my book, in fact I am convinced that when I sing it FULL VOICE, I hit each note, PERFECTLY! And when I sing this song it is accompanied by hand gesture/movement! Yep, the hawk making lazy circles in the can almost imagine you're there!

And when I get to this part;

And when we say;
Ee-ee-ow! A-yip-i-o-ee-ay!
We're only sayin',
You're doin' fine, Oklahoma!
Oklahoma, O.K.!

I guarantee that I can make the short hairs on the back of your neck stand straight up!
By JustWill at 26,Aug,22 18:41 other posts of JustWill 
It was the first musical that Rodgers and Hammerstein did together! (The Sound of Music is one of my favorites. Julie Andrews' voice is amazing!)

Also, I am pretty sure that the whole 'making the hair on the back of your neck stand up' thing is not what R&H were aiming for...
By bella! at 26,Aug,22 19:39 other posts of bella! 
My rendition is something you would never expect and I reach decibels that even surprise me!

By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 11:02 other posts of routemaster 
I like Shirley singing "Many a New Day" and "Out Of My Dreams" in "Oklahoma!" and "If I Loved You" and "What's the Use of Wond'ring" in "Carousel".
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Also Shirley's gorgeous version of "'til There Was You" in "The Music Man".

By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:12 other posts of buchanan 
How about "Calamity Jane" starring Doris Day from 1953?
By routemaster at 27,Aug,22 10:56 other posts of routemaster 
Of course! Whip Crack-away!!! One of the greatest stars who ever lived, a fine actress and singer and my number 1 fave of ALL time. Gave a great dramatic performance as Ruth Etting opposite James Cagney in 1955's "Love Me Or Leave Me", both should have got Oscars, they were ROBBED. My favourite song of Doris's is "Move Over, Darling" which got into the British Top 10 in 1964, despite the BBC banning it for what they called "its suggestive lyrics". What nincompoops! Doris Day BANNED? OUTRAGEOUS!

By Andthisisme at 27,Aug,22 06:07 other posts of Andthisisme 
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By tb1 at 25,Aug,22 14:10 other posts of tb1 
Milton Berle had a prodigious pecker. The only western I could find that he appeared in, was in an episode of “Rawhide”
By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:17 other posts of buchanan 
Uncle Miltie!
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By Andthisisme at 27,Aug,22 06:04 other posts of Andthisisme 
Oh yes I had forgotten that, a great theme song too

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By cupar at 23,Aug,22 16:51 other posts of cupar 
The Magnificent Seven (1960)
By tb1 at 25,Aug,22 18:09 other posts of tb1 
A classic 👍👍

By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:23 other posts of buchanan 
Fine movie. It was a remake of Kurosawa's Japanese classic "The Seven Samurai" which in turn was Kurosawa's tribute to the influence of John Ford.
By tb1 at 26,Aug,22 18:17 other posts of tb1 
Wonderful music

By tb1 at 25,Aug,22 10:59 other posts of tb1 
Alan Hale of TV’s “Gilligan’s Island” had a monstrous trouser snake.
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He was in the western with Clint Eastwood called “Hang ‘em High”
By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 11:59 other posts of routemaster 
Alan Hale played the eponymous hero in "Casey Jones", a 1958 series that was shown in the UK during what, in those days, was called "children's hour". I can still remember the theme song: Casey Jones, steaming and a-rolling, Casey Jones, you never have to guess. When you hear the hooting of the whistle its Casey at the throttle of the Canonball Express. !!!!!
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By Andthisisme at 26,Aug,22 15:10 other posts of Andthisisme 
Oh yes I remember that and the theme tune so well.. I can hear it now.
By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 15:49 other posts of routemaster 

By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:15 other posts of buchanan 
Alan Hale Jr. was the son of Alan Hale who frequently co-starred with Errol Flynn in westerns and famously as Friar Tuck in "The Adventures of Robin Hood."

By biggg at 26,Aug,22 17:03 other posts of biggg 
Western music: can only be Ennio Morricone, who wrote much of the music for Sergio Leoneґs “Spaghetti Westerns” also starring a newcomer called Clint Eastwood,

Westerns: old school: would probably be “Shane” from 1953. Modern: hard choice between “Unforgiven” or “Open Range”, both great westerns with hard gritty backgrounds and marvellous camera work. Just my two cents worth
By buchanan at 26,Aug,22 17:09 other posts of buchanan 
"Shane" is a classic for sure. How about "High Noon" and "Once Upon a Time in the West"?

By Andthisisme at 26,Aug,22 15:14 other posts of Andthisisme 
Going back to my childhood, there was 'The Lone Ranger '

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and 'Champion the wonder horse'

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By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 15:48 other posts of routemaster 
Thanks for these, especially for me Frankie Laine singing "Champion the Wonder Horse". Barry Curtis, the boy in the 1955 series which was actually titled "The Adventures of Champion" didn't pursue an acting career after that and left the entertainment industry at the age of 17, gained a bachelor's degree in pyschology and passed away at the age of 75 in 2019.

By Ananas2xLekker at 24,Aug,22 21:32 other posts of Ananas2xLekker 
'For a few dollars more' and 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'.
Whenever I see either one of them on TV, I just keep watching.
Also for the great music from Ennio Morricone.
By Andthisisme at 26,Aug,22 15:11 other posts of Andthisisme 
Those were the theme tunes that came to my mind right away.

By bella! at 25,Aug,22 10:24 other posts of bella! 
Hats off to you, routemaster, for posting such a brilliant thread! Look at the various posters and their offerings with opinions! And as opinions go, it just proves that a well thought out thread, in this case about Westerns, sparks a good deal of positive attention! And did you notice, there was no hostility or name calling! Bravo!

By routemaster at 26,Aug,22 12:03 other posts of routemaster 
Thank you SO MUCH, bella, for your kind words, I never expected to get such a big response and I did notice there was no hostility. Its great that, as adults who love sex and porn, even on such a site as this we do have lives away from all that and can still find things to discuss between us that are far removed from the main purpose of this site. Thanks to everyone!:x :x :x

By routemaster at 21,Aug,22 07:11 other posts of routemaster 
"Bonanza" was a great theme tune too but the idea of three grown adult men all going to their "pa" with their problems and before they made any decisions was a bit yukky.
By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 14:55 other posts of buchanan 
Bonanza was more of a light "western" not being as serious and rugged as westerns of the same era. Hoss was little more than a big clown.
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:37 other posts of routemaster 
He was that. I always found Ben too saintly and Little Joe too sanctimonious.
By buchanan at 23,Aug,22 14:43 other posts of buchanan 
Adam (Pernell Roberts) was the most serious brother and Roberts chose to leave the series early as he grew tired of it. Maybe was frustrated being serious and dealing with the more comedic Hoss and Little Joe.
By tb1 at 23,Aug,22 21:17 other posts of tb1 
Little Joe’s crotch bulge was on display every show
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I can’t recall the name of the movie now but, Johnny Mack Brown showed an impressive trouser snake. No wonder gals were attracted to him.
By routemaster at 24,Aug,22 08:23 other posts of routemaster 
I don't know him but I bet many guys were attracted to him too.
By tb1 at 24,Aug,22 09:42 other posts of tb1 
He was a popular western actress, did B films in black and white
By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 20:01 other posts of buchanan 
Johnny Mack Brown was a top western star in the 30s.
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He was an actor……….my bad spelling

By dgraff at 25,Aug,22 10:38 other posts of dgraff 
The quick and the dead staring Leonardo DiCaprio was a good newer movie

By JustWill at 23,Aug,22 15:11 other posts of JustWill 
"The Outlaw Josey Wales" has always been one of my favorites, and probably Clint Eastwood's best film in my opinion.
By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 20:06 other posts of buchanan 
A good one they would never make today as it had one of Clint's highest body counts! Too many blazing guns for today.

By t-rex at 25,Aug,22 01:48 other posts of t-rex 
Yes, another great one in my book

By tecsan at 25,Aug,22 07:58 other posts of tecsan 
Good one, but I always liked Hang'em High.

By zzick at 23,Aug,22 17:02 other posts of zzick 
Not a western, but I loved the tv series "the fugitive"
So many great tv shows in the 60s
By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 20:03 other posts of buchanan 
I am currently watching "The Fugitive" being shown on ME-TV.

By CreativeOne at 23,Aug,22 00:34 other posts of CreativeOne 
You all need to check out an awesome HBO series called "Deadwood"
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:26 other posts of routemaster 
Not seen that one neither
By buchanan at 23,Aug,22 14:47 other posts of buchanan 
"Deadwood" was an HBO series in the mid-2000s. A muddy dirty more realistic western with a strong cast. Worth checking out.

By JustWill at 23,Aug,22 15:13 other posts of JustWill 
"Deadwood" was a FANTASTIC series!
Unfortunately, it was cancelled before they could finish the story and the wrap-up movie that was done several years later was a big disappointment...
By tb1 at 23,Aug,22 17:17 other posts of tb1 
I agree. Luv’d the tv series, the movie was a fucking disappointment ☹️☹️
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Timothy Oliphant (spelled wrong) was in Justified, that was also terrific
By JustWill at 23,Aug,22 19:21 other posts of JustWill 
JUSTIFIED was, indeed, an awesome show. It is on my list of all-time favorites.

By buchanan at 24,Aug,22 20:03 other posts of buchanan 
I read that "Justified" is being revived and coming back.

By bella! at 23,Aug,22 18:50 other posts of bella! 
Amazon Prime Video has DEADWOOD however it's only available to "buy". I'm not paying $23.00 per season to watch anything!

By CAT at 23,Aug,22 18:16 other posts of CAT 
High Noon with Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly
By routemaster at 24,Aug,22 08:24 other posts of routemaster 
Yes indeed

By cumcouplessa at 23,Aug,22 01:46 other posts of cumcouplessa 
Hubby here. One of the best series ever is "The guns of Will Sonnett". Pretty old series, but anyone who enjoys a good western needs to watch this. Good gun slinging, and realy excellent story.
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:26 other posts of routemaster 
That may be old, as you say, but its a new one on me, I shall check it out.
By buchanan at 23,Aug,22 14:49 other posts of buchanan 
"The Guns of Will Sonnett" was a late 60s show I watched as a kid. Starred Walter Brennan.

By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:40 other posts of routemaster 
There was another episode of "Sugarfoot" on TCM Movies early this morning. OMG, the young Will Hutchins is GORGEOUS, beautiful come-to-bed eyes and a nice sexy voice.
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I also remember "Laramie" with John Smith, Robert Fuller and Spring Byington from the early 1960s. That had nice theme music too.
By buchanan at 23,Aug,22 14:41 other posts of buchanan 
I have been watching "Laramie" which is shown on Grit TV.

By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:44 other posts of routemaster 
Many thanks for all your inputs, very grateful and very interesting too.

By tecsan at 21,Aug,22 09:40 other posts of tecsan 
Loved the Big Valley. But, why was it always Miss Barbara Stanwyck?
By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 14:51 other posts of buchanan 
It was a sign of respect because Stanwyck was already a legendary movie star actress and revered within the industry.
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:38 other posts of routemaster 
Thank you, buchanan, I could not have put that better myself.

By t-rex at 21,Aug,22 13:24 other posts of t-rex 
I grew up watching the same westerns, gunsmoke, the rifleman, I remember wagon train, what was the one where it showed them breaking his sword, Branded ? So many great old western movies also
By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 14:53 other posts of buchanan 
Branded starred Chuck Connors as a court martialed soldier stripped of buttons and epaulettes and his sword is snapped in two.
By t-rex at 21,Aug,22 14:57 other posts of t-rex 
That’s it
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:35 other posts of routemaster 
I remember Chuck Connors in "Branded" and "The Rifleman" and he was also the villain in "The Big Country", shown here last Saturday evening. I've still got the glorious music going round in my head.

By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 15:00 other posts of buchanan 
I love the old TV westerns and consider Gunsmoke the greatest, Then Wagon Train and Rawhide. The Virginian had a sweeping theme.

I have watched 100s of western movies and so many classics to choose form. How about The Searchers and Red River?
By tb1 at 21,Aug,22 18:09 other posts of tb1 
or The Tin Star?
By PA-Freddy at 21,Aug,22 22:24 other posts of PA-Freddy 
Yes, Gunsmoke and the Lone Ranger were my favorite shows. Today I still watch Gunsmoke.
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:31 other posts of routemaster 
The Tin Star was on t.v. here last week, excellent black-and-white Western from 1957 starring Henry Fonda and Anthony Perkins.
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I'm old enough to remember "Gunsmoke" when Dennis Weaver was in it playing the limping "Chester".
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"The Virginian" was indeed another one with great theme music

By 47justlooking at 21,Aug,22 18:47 other posts of 47justlooking 
Winchester '73 with James Stewart
By buchanan at 22,Aug,22 05:12 other posts of buchanan 
That's a great one!
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:30 other posts of routemaster 
That was on t.v. here only last week, James Stewart excellent as always and so was Shelley Winters.

By tb1 at 22,Aug,22 08:51 other posts of tb1 
How about The Lone Ranger. A wonderful tv series and The William Tell overture.
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:29 other posts of routemaster 
Yes, both are great. I know a joke about that too: What's the closest thing to silver? The Lone Ranger's bum!!!

By alanhuk at 22,Aug,22 11:18 other posts of alanhuk 
Tv as a kid was Wagon Train...!
By routemaster at 23,Aug,22 07:27 other posts of routemaster 
This is one I do remember!

By Robben at 21,Aug,22 05:39 other posts of Robben 
I like the Spaghetti Western films by Sergio Leone with the legendary music composed by Ennio Morricone. “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” is number one for me.
By routemaster at 21,Aug,22 07:06 other posts of routemaster 
Thanks Robben, a great choice of music too, played by the Hugo Montenegro Orchestra and a great film from 1968, too
By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 15:03 other posts of buchanan 
You can't beat Clint as The Man With No Name.

By tb1 at 21,Aug,22 05:02 other posts of tb1 
Kudos buddy, you nailed it here.
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The tv series Rawhide was terrific and every once in a while ‘Wishbone’ or ‘Mushy’ would sport a tight jeans crotch bulge
By routemaster at 21,Aug,22 07:09 other posts of routemaster 
Thanks tb, "Rawhide" was great too with the lyrics sung by Frankie Laine who also sang the lyrics to "Champion the Wonder Horse".
By buchanan at 21,Aug,22 14:57 other posts of buchanan 
I consider Rawhide the greatest western TV series theme. Don't forget the Ballad of Palladin from Have Gun Will Travel.

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