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  1. #11
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    Hank!



    My parents still have the leather Pouf with a picture of him on that myself and my siblings used to love sitting on as kids.

  2. #12

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    Rawhide
    The Virginian

  3. #13

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    The Custer and Hondo TV series, both from 1967.

  4. #14

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    Loved westerns as a kid, still do.

    Think all my favourites have been mentioned from the comedy-drama of the brilliant Alias Smith and Jones (both series) to the classic Italian movies of the 60's and early 70's. It's funny I'm still on a voyage of discovery of the latter genre and still coming across films I should have seen but never have.

    Don't think anyone's mentioned the hilarious F Troop an American comedy about the antics of a US Cavalry outfit.

    I grew up with Rawhide, Wagon Train, The High Chapparal (bet no-one else knows how to spell it either) and Custer (anyone collect those Custer cards in chewing gum ?) I actually used to go and play in the woods with my cap gun to shoot Indians I was so obsessed.

    Ah what fun.

    But the thread topic is actually your favourite cowboys, so I'd have to say either Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid or the brilliant Lee Van Cleef who played Douglas Mortimer in the Clint Eastwood 'man-with-no-name' films.

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    Yes pussywillow, i echo your words exactly, F Troop with Forest Tucker,the long running Wagon Train, and you might want to look for a docu' on youtube called PIONEERS OF TELEVISION which not only covered westerns but also other genres, i caught this on PBS and really enjoyed it.Fascinating insight in to the cowboy series thru to the '70s interviews with many of the old stars.

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    Magnificent severn
    The good bad and the ughly
    Alamo
    True grit
    THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE TRUST NO ONE

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    Ty hardin as Bronco lane, Chuck connors on Branded, Dale robertson as Jim hardie on Wells fargo, Robert fuller on Laramie, Dan blocker on Bonanza.

  8. #18
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    Clint Eastwood

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    Good, bad and the ugly.

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    Fist full of dollars
    A few dollars more

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