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CBS Western best remembered today for being the program that gave Clint Eastwood his big show biz break. The series was conceived as Wagon Train on a cattle drive and dealt with cattle drovers taking their herd to market and the adventures they faced along the way. Eric Fleming starred as trail boss Gil Favor with Eastwood playing his second-in-command, Rowdy Yates, and Paul Brinegar playing trail cook G. W. Wishbone.

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Final: 8x13 -- Crossing at White Feather (Dec/07/1965)

The guide hired by Rowdy to lead the herd across a dangerous river crossing turns out to be a worthless drunkard. Rowdy feels some compassion for the man's son because his situation is similar.
Eric Fleming
As Gil Favor (S01-S07)
Clint Eastwood
As Rowdy Yates
Sheb Wooley
As Pete Nolan (S01-S04; S07)
Paul Brinegar
As G. W. Wishbone
James Murdock
As Harkness "Mushy" Mushgrove (S01-S07)
Steve Raines
As Jim Quince
Rocky Shahan
As Joe Scarlet (S01-S07)
Robert Cabal
As Hey Soos (S01-S07)
Charles H. Gray
As Clay Forrester (S04-S05)
John Ireland
As Jed Colby (S08)

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A Good Show to RememberRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

I’m totally addicted to this show since the very first episode. I was never born when it was first aired in the television and I usually catch it up on re-runs. Not a big fan of other western but this one is the only exception, it’s simply amazing Read more

Review posted on Thursday, July 18th 2013 at 5:10 am

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Recurring Guests

William R. Thompkins as Drover (29 eps)
John Cole (1) as Bailey (25 eps)
John Hart (1) as Harley Lear (17 eps)
John Erwin as Teddy (17 eps)
Harry Lauter as Billy Grant (10 eps)
Don C. Harvey as Joe Greevey (10 eps)
John Pickard (2) as Clint Crowley (10 eps)
Claude Akins as Jerry Boggs (7 eps)
Hugh Sanders as Deputy Ef Wiley (7 eps)
Hal Baylor as Jenkins (7 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure | Drama | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 09, 1959
Ended: January 04, 1966
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