This time Shenandoah is in search of Sam Waters, the man for whom the locket from episode 10 was made. Instead he finds his frightened daughter and a U.S. Marshall (Pat Hingle), who is also looking ...
Seeking a cure for his amnesia, Shenandoah is treated by the kindly Dr. Macaulay. The good doctor uses hypnosis to reveal some strikingly, deep dark secrets from Shenandoah's lost past. Unfortunately...
Hondo, an embittered former Rebel officer, travels Arizona Territory in the 1870s with his dog Sam. Often clashing with the local cavalry, who he holds responsible for the death of his ... See full summary »
Noah Beery Jr.
Richard Diamond is a suave private investigator, who, at first, walks the mean streets of New York City, then later packs up and moves to Los Angeles, California, where he tools around in a... See full summary »
I would compare this show to Branded. It was a quest western vehicle for an established western star. Both Horton and Chuck Connors were huge stars and easily able to carry the leading roles. It was an interesting time in the life of the TV western. Most of the 50s shows were gone except Bonanza and Gunsmoke, and the new shows were these quest westerns or lavish productions like The Big Valley/High Chaperel/Virginian.
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