Destry – western TV show

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Destry – western TV show. WESTERNS TV COULD NOT LOCATE ANY COMPLETE EPISODES OF THE DESTRY WESTERN TV SERIES ONLINE BUT HERE IS A CLIP AND THE THEME SONG.

This Western television series stars John Gavin as Young Harrison Destry son of legendary lawman Tom Destry. This western TV show originally aired on the ABC television network from February 14, 1964 until May 8, 1964. Destry was based on the classic James Stewart and later Audie Murphy versions of this character. The episodes are black and white and for the 60 minute time slot. This was a short lived series western there are only 13 episodes of the Destry – western TV show.

This summery of episodes is taken from information on http://www.imdb.com
S1, Ep1
14 Feb. 1964 The Solid Gold Girl
While searching for the man who framed him for a crime he didn’t commit, Destry stumbles into a town where an old cell mate of his is being tried for robbery and murder. The outlaw has hidden the loot and offers to reveal the location to Destry who doesn’t wish to be trailed by detectives trying to recover the mine’s stolen gold for the rest of his days. Instead the outlaw provides the location to a gold digging saloon singer.

S1, Ep2
21 Feb. 1964 Destry Had a Little Lamb
After mild-mannered Clarence Jones rescues him from renegade Indians, Destry agrees to accompany the man to a wide-open boomtown run by criminals to claim the ranch he inherited from his deceased brother. Clarence learns that his brother’s valuable spread was lost in a poker game to one of the town’s shady characters under suspicious circumstances.

S1, Ep3
28 Feb. 1964 Law and Order Day
While searching a small Colorado town for the man who framed him for robbery, Destry runs afoul of the local sheriff who runs him out of town for vagrancy. At the train station, Destry meets an elderly bank teller who has used the town’s Law and Order Day celebration as a cover to steal all of the bank’s cash from it’s vault and make her getaway.

S1, Ep4
6 Mar. 1964 Stormy Is a Lady
Destry stops into a ghost town to visit his old friend, saloonkeeper Bessie Hawkins and the young girl she raised as her own daughter after her mother died in childbirth. Destry tries to help the pretty woman deal with a the child’s wealthy real-life grandfather who has journeyed from Boston to take her back and a spurned suitor who plots with two drifters to kidnap the youngster.

S1, Ep5
13 Mar. 1964 The Nicest Girl in Gomorrah
Destry blunders into a saloon shout-out which leaves the participants dead or mortally wounded. The dying miner creates a last will and testament bequeathing his jar of gold dust to the most worthy person in the boomtown and, before expiring, names Destry to be his estate’s executor. Destry soon discovers he has a lot of new friends and a couple of new, deadly, enemies.

S1, Ep6
20 Mar. 1964 Big Deal at Little River
Destry agrees to help a pretty teacher raise funds to build a school for need Cherokee Indian children. The schoolmarm’s plan is to utilize her foolproof mathematical formula to win at various forms of gambling, but Destry soon learns that the shady casino owners don’t like losing, even if they have to resort to crooked means to derail the pretty blonde’s string of luck.

S1, Ep7
27 Mar. 1964 Go Away, Little Sheba
When her father and his men break up Sheba Hannibal’s plans to elope, the young woman claims that Destry is really her fiancé, Curly Beamer and while the elder Hannibal and Destry argue Sheba escapes to meet the real Curly. Destry is hired to pursue the pretty blonde and discovers that Sheba’s “boyfriend” is really the leader of an outlaw gang who plan to hold her for ransom.

S1, Ep8
3 Apr. 1964 Deputy for a Day
Destry rides into a small town to visit its sheriff, an old friend of his father’s, not knowing that the Flanzig brothers have escaped from prison and threatened to burn it to the ground for sending breaking up their bank robbing gang and sending them to prison 18 years earlier. Needing a deputy, the sheriff tries to trick the young man into helping him fight off the outlaws.

S1, Ep9
10 Apr. 1964 Ride to Rio Verde
Destry career as a photographer’s assistant is cut short when his friend and employer, Jim Logan, is murdered during a bank robbery. When a U.S. marshal asks for Destry’s assistance is solving the crime, the cowpoke decides to use his reputation as an ex-convict to track down the outlaws and give the reward money to Logan’s widow and children.

S1, Ep10
17 Apr. 1964 Blood Brother-in-Law
Destry is mistaken for a member of the Jellico family and is shot and severely wounded by the Motleys by accident. Doc Finley manages to save Destry’s life with a transfusion of blood contributed by Jethro Jellico. When the Motleys find out is carrying some of Jethro’s blood in his veins, they threaten to kill him on sight.

S1, Ep11
24 Apr. 1964 Red Brady’s Kid
When Destry drops by a cellmate’s Wyoming ranch for a visit, he is almost caught in a crossfire between his friend’s would-be criminal son and the local sheriff who’s convinced that the ex-con has resumed his life of crime. Destry tries to use the teenager’s criminal ambition as a lever to convince his old friend to leave the outlaw trail while simultaneously leading the sheriff’s posse to the gang’s hideout.

S1, Ep12
1 May 1964 The Infernal Triangle
While visiting a Colorado cowtown, Destry bumps into an old friend, Pete Daley, who offers the ex-convict a thousand dollars if he can protect him from a pretty girl who’s determined to marry him while the businessman is in town trying to close a big deal. Destry’s mission is complicated by the two things – Pete loves the young woman and can’t remember anything he says or does when he’s under the influence of champaign.

S1, Ep13
8 May 1964 One Hundred Bibles
After losing all his money in a poker game, Destry is conned into driving a wagon full of bibles to a mission three days south of town for which is he offered the princely sum of fifty dollars to take the job. The man who hired him, however, neglected to tell him that he had to drive his freight through Comanche territory – and the Indians were on the warpath.

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