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The Forsaken Westerns – The Baron of Purgatory – tv shows full episodes

The Baron of Purgatory western TV series episode starring Richard Tretter and Gary Gray this is the pilot episode of a suggested TV series titled Tumbleweed from 1959. This is episode 9 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions. In this episode Tretter stars as the title character Tumbleweed Jones. Mrs. Benson asks Tumbleweed for help in getting her son Johnny to come back home and not ride with the Pedrowski Outlaw Gang. But Johnny is tired of being poor and the riches and excitement of the outlaws have lured him in. The Forsaken Westerns series contains episodes of TV shows that were never broadcast or have not been broadcast in as many as 65 years. Almost lost forever, these rare television film treasures are now being released and uploaded for free viewing from the Westerns On The Web archive collection. The Forsaken Westerns is hosted by Bob Terry.

The Forsaken Westerns – El Coyote – tv shows full episodes

El Coyote western TV series episode pilot starring Muriel Davis and George Brent this is the pilot episode of a suggested TV series titled El Coyote from 1957. This is episode 10 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions. In this episode Muriel Davis (American gymnast team gold medal winner at the 1963 Pan American Games, she also competed in all artistic gymnastics events at the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Olympics) stars as the title character Jane Edwards who now takes on the identity of El Coyote. The avenger of long ago disappeared and now Jane takes on the part when the need for the old time hero presents itself again. Her father Colonel Bart Edwards is retired from the military and now runs a newspaper. This is the only known existing episode of this show. It is a shame because it looks like it could have been a great series with a young girl starring as a Zorro type character. The Forsaken Westerns series contains episodes of TV shows that were never broadcast or have not been broadcast in as many as 65 years. Almost lost forever, these rare television film treasures are now being released and uploaded for free viewing from the http://www.westernsontheweb.com archive collection. Watch full length western movies and TV shows full episodes on the Westerns On The Web channel and make sure to subscribe. The Forsaken Westerns is hosted by Bob Terry.

The Forsaken Westerns – Dan Marshall’s Brat – tv shows full episodes

Dan Marshall’s Brat western TV series episode from 1957 starring Patty McCormack, Paul Fix, Francis McDonald, Barbara Eiler and Russell Johnson.This is an almost lost episode of a long forgotten TV anthology series. This is episode 11 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions. In this episode Dan, June and Trudy Marshall have left the city after they have saved enough money to by their own farm and move back home. June’s father has disowned her for marrying Dan and gives the family a bit of grief upon their return. But there is also a surprise appearance by a mysterious aged man who claims to be the Bandido The Calaveras Kid. The Forsaken Westerns series contains episodes of TV shows that were never broadcast or have not been broadcast in as many as 65 years. Almost lost forever, these rare television film treasures are now being released and uploaded for free viewing from the http://www.westernsontheweb.com archive collection. Watch full length western movies and TV shows full episodes on the Westerns On The Web channel and make sure to subscribe. The Forsaken Westerns is hosted by Bob Terry.

The Forsaken Westerns – The Brush Roper – tv shows full episodes

The Brush Roper western TV series episode starring Walter Brennan, Lee Aaker (from the Rin Tin Tin TV series), Edgar Buchanan and Chuck Connors (of The Rifleman fame). Also with character actress Olive Carey. This television episode was produced in 1955. Grandpa is a spinner of what many believe to be tall tales. Grandpa says he was a top hand Cowboy back in his day and his grandson Cowhide believes every word Grandpa says. Now Grandpa has a chance to prove himself again. This is a funny, lighthearted, comedy, western episode. This is episode 12 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions. The Forsaken Westerns series contains episodes of TV shows that were never broadcast or have not been broadcast in as many as 65 years. Almost lost forever, these rare television film treasures are now being released and uploaded now available for free viewing online from the Westerns On The Web archive collection. This series hosted by Bob Terry premiered on March 1 of 2017. Watch full length western movies and TV shows full episodes on the Westerns On The Web channel and make sure to subscribe.