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TWTD Archive – January 16, 1971

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FROM OUT OF THE WEST

Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, January 16, 1971

GUNSMOKE (5-10-59) William Conrad stars as US Marshal Matt Dillon, with Parley Baer as Chester. The widow of a Senator arrives in Dodge City in search of her grandson “who belongs back at Yale College where he belongs.”

HOOFBEATS (1937) Isolated episode of the radio western starring Buck Jones who rides with his horse Silver.

ACADEMY AWARD (5-4-46) “Stagecoach” starring Claire Trevor and Randolph Scott in the story of a group of assorted passengers traveling into Indian territory.

LONE RANGER (1930s)”Cattle Drive” starring Earle Graser as the Masked Rider of the Plaines. The notorious Steel plans a massive cattle drive to sell 50,000 head and break the Clarksville cattle market wide open. The Lone Ranger, Tonto and the ranchers take measure to prevent the outlaw from carrying out his plans.

STRAIGHT ARROW (6-7-51) Steve Adams, as Straight Arrow, acts to stop a plot to overthrow the chief of the tribe. Howard Culver stars in this isolated episode.

PLUS — Stan Freberg’s “Bang Gunleigh, U.S. Marshall Field; and a Bob and Ray comedy clip.