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Theodore Hickman, a hardware salesman, makes by-yearly visits to Harry Hope's 1910-era waterfront bar for his periodical drinking binges. But on this visit he has decided to try to save the bar's patrons from their "lying pipe dreams."
The only remarkable thing about this short lived series that I recall is that it was shot on tape, not film. I believe it was the ONLY Western series shot on tape - ever. It had that soap opera look and the sound effects (gunshots, horses, fist-fights, etc.) sounded unnatural (for a Western). This strange look and sound probably contributed to its quick demise. Shot-on-tape just doesn't work with Westerns.
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