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The Forsaken Westerns – Cavalry Patrol – tv show

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Cavalry Patrol western TV series episode pilot starring Dewey Martin, Royal Dano, John Pickard, Paul Richards, Bing Russell, Richard Golden and Sheb Wooley. Sheb’s other western works include High Noon with Gary Cooper, War Wagon with John Wayne and 110 episodes of the Rawhide western television series as Pete Nolan with Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates. Sheb also wrote and performed the classic silly song “Purple People Eater”. This is the pilot episode of a suggested TV series titled Cavalry Patrol from and is supposed to be from 1956. This is episode 29 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions. In this episode In this episode Lieutenant Reardon and his men are after Apaches that are raiding and burning ranches and homesteads. This is the only known existing episode of this series. 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 viewing. The Forsaken Westerns is hosted by Bob Terry.

Directed by
Charles Marquis Warren
Bob Terry … (series director)

Writing Credits
John C. Champion … (screenplay)
Bob Terry
Charles Marquis Warren … (story)

Cast
Bob Terry … Himself – Host
Dewey Martin
Royal Dano,
John Pickard
Paul Richards
Bing Russell
Richard Golden
Sheb Wooley
Produced by
Bob Terry … producer
Johnie Terry … producer
Charles Marquis Warren … producer

Cinematography by
Joseph F. Biroc … director of photography
Bob Terry
Charriot Terry
Cholla Terry
Johnie Terry

Film Editing by
Bob Terry … (addtional editing)

Makeup Department
Jack Dusick … makeup artist
Pat Whiffing … hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Glenn Cook … assistant director

Art Department
Mike Gordon … property master

Visual Effects by
Louis DeWitt … photographic effects
Jack Rabin … photographic effects

Casting Department
Lynn Stalmaster … casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robert O’Dell … wardrobe

Editorial Department
Fred W. Berger … supervising editor
Bob Terry … additional editor

Other crew
Bill Derwin … script supervisor