Western from the Warner Brothers television factory that aired for four seasons on ABC on an alternate basis with fellow Westerns Cheyenne and Bronco. Will Hutchins starred as Tom Brewster, an Easterner who headed west to seek his fortune with hopes of becoming an attorney. Though basically mild-mannered and peaceful, Brewster frequently found himself in violent situations and usually tried to use reason rather than gunplay to get himself out of these tight spots. Because of his peaceful nature and because he hailed from the East, Brewster found himself stuck with the nickname of "Sugarfoot" which was one notch lower than a tenderfoot.

Episode Info

Final: 4x09 -- Trouble at Sand Springs (Apr/17/1961)

Tom is appointed to defend two brothers on a murder charge and finds himself up against a female prosecutor who's also the daughter of the murder victim.
Will HutchinsWill Hutchins
As Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster


Reviews: 4
OK westernRating: 2 likes, 0 dislikes

This was just one of the many Warner Bros. westerns as I recall. Sort of a counter-hero. Small and intellegent as opposed to a rough and tumble cowpoke. As I recall he was studying to be a lawyer or had studied to be a lawyer. A counterpoint to Cheyenne Bodie in a way. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, June 27th 2007 at 9:18 pm

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