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Death Valley Days

Death Valley Days


Syndicated Western anthology series that originated on radio during the 1930's. The televised version of Death Valley Days premiered in 1952 and episodes aired on a regular basis until 1970. A few more episodes were filmed and aired in 1975. Several actors hosted the show with the longest serving being Stanley Andrews as the Old Ranger. Ronald Reagan, Robert Taylor, Dale Robertson, and Merle Haggard followed Andrews.
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Episode Info

Final: 18x26 -- The Solid Gold Pie (Apr/01/1970)



Cast
Dale RobertsonDale Robertson
As Host (1969-1970)
Merle HaggardMerle Haggard
As Host (1975)
Robert TaylorRobert Taylor
As Host (1966-1968)
Ronald ReaganRonald Reagan
As Host (1963-1965)
Stanley AndrewsStanley Andrews
As The Old Ranger (1952-1963)
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Crew

Creator: Ruth Woodman
Executive Producer: Louis Gray, Gene Autry
Producer: Dorrell McGowan, Robert Stabler
Associate Producer: Stephen Lord
Casting: Lynn Stalmaster, Milt Hamerman
Director of Photography: William Bradford, Richard E. Cunha
Stunts: Bill Catching

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Recurring Guests

Don Haggerty (1) as guest star (13 eps)
Gregg Palmer as guest star (11 eps)
Hank Patterson as guest star (9 eps)
Lisa Gaye as Yvonne Benet (9 eps)
Michael Keep as Crow Dog (8 eps)
Jim Davis (1) as guest star (8 eps)
Roy Engel as guest star (8 eps)
Ronald Reagan as George Vest (8 eps)
Robert Taylor as Charles M. Russell (8 eps)
John Pickard (2) as guest star (8 eps)

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Warning: Death Valley Days guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Anthology | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: 1952
Ended: 1975
Akas
• Call of the West (Syndication Title)
• The Pioneers (Syndication Title)
• Trails West (Syndication Title)
• Western Star Theater (Syndication Title)
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