Walker tells children a Christmas story about a Texas Ranger from 1876. Hayes Cooper was said to have no Christmas spirit. In 1876, a baby was kidnapped and Haynes was assigned the case. At last, he ...
A bus transporting female convicts is forced off the road and the ones who force it off the road are the partners of two of the convicts on the bus. They proceed to go on a crime spree. The other two...
An experienced member of Texas Rangers, a special police unit, arrives to compete in a pistol shooting tournament, but so does a hitman who's planing to assassinate a US senator who will be among the spectators.
Cordell Walker is a veteran Texas Ranger who protect Dallas from the bad guys believes in dealing with them to the old fashioned way (fighting them). He also works on instincts, due he lived since the childhood in an Indian Reservation with his uncle Ray after the death of his parents. James Trivette is his partner, a former player for the Dallas Cowboys football team who uses the modern approach to crime solving such as computers and cellular phones, disbeliever with Walker's methods. Both are helped by Walker's mentor and former partner, retired Ranger C.D. Parker, who owns a bar and grill specialized in Western cuisine and Country-Western themes, that he gives Walker advice on some cases. And all them work for Assistant District Attorney Alex Cahill, a beauty, strong and brilliant Texas lady who watches that Walker and Trivette don't break the rules for catching the bad guys.Written by
The exterior view of "C.D.'s Bar and Grill" is actually the legendary White Elephant Saloon located in Ft. Worth's Historic Stockyards District. When it was built, the White Elephant was owned and operated by wild west gambler and gunfighter Luke Short, a friend to such famous figures as Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and John Henry "Doc" Holliday. See more »
In the Pilot of the series, CD says he was a ranger 5 years. But in season 2, Alex asks him how long he was a ranger for and he says "28 years" See more »
There is no reason to doubt Norris' roundhouse abilities
I will be completely honest, I am a Walker supporter. Should this taint my comment? I don't think so. Say what you will, about myself, or the show, Walker Texas Ranger is one of the greatest shows ever shown on television. I find myself blessed to this very day to have the right, no, the privilege, to watch Carlos Ray Norris Jr. portray possibly one of the most timeless and refreshing characters of our time.
I remember the first time my eyes spotted Walker on the television. The episode had to deal with an evil committee that was supposedly ran by a robot. It turned out that the robot was being controlled by someone else in the room, and Walker eventually delivers multiple roundhouses to that mans face. When I witnessed such TV poetry, I was hooked for good.
Don't watch Walker Texas Ranger if you are at all serious. I would suggest watching with a certain humor in mind. A humor that can see past all of the poorly done plots and acting. Just keep in mind that these people think they have a chance in Hollywood. Which is obviously a pipe dream.
I would just like to say that the whole cast, as a team, paints a mural of what it is like to live in Texas.
who could possibly pass up the opportunity to hear chuck norris perform the shows theme five minutes into every episode. these are the songs lyrics. feel free to live by them every day of your life.
"in the eyes of the ranger, the unsuspecting stranger, who better know the truth from wrong or right. when the eyes of the ranger are upon you, everything you do he's going to see. when you're in Texas look behind you, cause thats where the rangers gonna be" Bless the Hallmark channel and all its glory for keeping such an old horse alive.
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