"Tate" was an unconventional western television drama. This monochrome oater featured David McLean in the role of Tate, a rude, lonely Civil War veteran whose left arm was left paralysed, blasted by an explosion in the war, and he wears his crippled limb in black leather sheathe with strap around his neck. He travels around looking for jobs where he can employ his skills as a fast gun.

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Final: 1x13 -- The Return of Jessica Jackson (Sep/14/1960)


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Creator: Harry Julian Fink
Executive Producer: Alvin Cooperman
Producer: Shelley Hull
Music Editor: Igo Kantor
Music Supervisor: Irving Friedman
Make-up: Richard Hamilton (2)
Set Decorator: Mac Mulcahy
Property Master: James Trepeck
Script Supervisor: Marie Kenney, William E. Orr
Director of Photography: Wilfred M. Cline

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Recurring Guests

Don Wilbanks as Ike Jory (3 eps)
Robert Redford as Tad Dundee (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: June 08, 1960
Ended: September 21, 1960
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