Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Thirteen Westerns I used to Watch with my Dad

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Some of my fondest memories of time spent with my dad, was watching westerns on our little tv - no remote - 3 channels

1. Bonanza
2. Gunsmoke
3. Have Gun Will Travel
4. High Chaparral
5. Zorro
6. The Rifleman
7. Rawhide
8. Big Valley
9. Davy Crockett
10. Wagon Train
11. The Virginian
12. Maverick
13. The Lone Ranger

Of course there were other programs we also liked - such as Sky King, Sgt. Preston of the Yukon, Rin Tin Tin
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9 comments:

Qtpies7 said...

I used to watch some of those with MY dad too!

MommyBa said...

The Lone Ranger and Zorro - I did watch these shows too :)

Mom not Mum said...

Where's Perry Mason? Great list!

Jeremy said...

Boy does that list bring back memories... Happy TT

JAM said...

Fun list. I've enjoyed watching almost all of these at various times in my life. I remember around 8th/9th grade, after school, a local tv station started showing The Virginian with James Drury. Nothing else was on, and I got hooked on that show like women and their "stories."

Pen said...

I watched some of those with my dad or grandpa. I loved The Lone Ranger!

Dana said...

My dad was a big Rifleman fan; I was more of a Lone Ranger one.

Natalie said...

I watched a lot of those with my dad & my grandpa!

Great list. Happy TT!

Mom not Mum said...

LOL Just realized the reason you had all westerns was because that is WHAT the list was specifically. LOL I do know Perry Mason wasn't a western - I just wasn't fully paying attention.