The Rifleman – western TV show – page twelve

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The Rifleman – western TV show – page twelve. Some of The Rifleman episodes are embedded from Hulu and may not work with mobile devices at this time.

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Chuck Connors realized that he would not make a career in professional sports, so he decided to pursue an acting career. Playing baseball near Hollywood proved fortunate, as he was spotted by an MGM casting director and subsequently signed for the 1952 Tracy-Hepburn film Pat and Mike. In 1953, he starred opposite Burt Lancaster as a rebellious Marine private in the film South Sea Woman and Trouble Along the Way opposite John Wayne as a football coach. Chuck Connors was cast as Lou Brissie, a former professional baseball player wounded during World War II, in the 1956 episode “The Comeback” of the religion anthology series Crossroads. Don DeFore portrayed the Reverend C. E. “Stoney” Jackson, who offered the spiritual insight to assist Brissie’s recovery so that he could return to the game. Grant Withers was cast as Coach Whitey Martin; Crossroads regular Robert Carson also played a coach in this episode. Edd Byrnes, Rhys Williams, and Robert Fuller played former soldiers. X Brands is cast as a baseball player.

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