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How the West Was Won (6-Feb-1977)

Directors: Burt Kennedy; Daniel Mann

Writers: Ron Bishop; Jim Byrnes; William Kelley; John Mantley; Earl W. Wallace

Keywords: Western

Excellent TV miniseries.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Arness
Actor
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Parley Baer
Actor
5-Aug-1914 22-Nov-2002 Chester on Gunsmoke radio
G. W. Bailey
Actor
27-Aug-1945   Harris in Police Academy
Bruce Boxleitner
Actor
12-May-1950   Babylon 5
Royal Dano
Actor
16-Nov-1922 15-May-1994 The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
John Dehner
Actor
23-Nov-1915 4-Feb-1992 Carousel
Jack Elam
Actor
13-Nov-1918 20-Oct-2003 The Sundowners
Paul Fix
Actor
13-Mar-1901 14-Oct-1983 Marshal Torrance on The Rifleman
Med Flory
Musician
27-Aug-1926 12-Mar-2014 Supersax
Bridget Hanley
Actor
3-Feb-1941   Candy Pruitt on Here Come the Brides
Peter Hansen
Actor
5-Dec-1921   Lee Baldwin on General Hospital
David Huddleston
Actor
17-Sep-1930   The Big Lebowski
Don Murray
Actor
31-Jul-1929   Sid Fairgate on Knots Landing
Peggy Rea
Actor
31-Mar-1921 5-Feb-2011 Lulu Hogg on Dukes of Hazzard
Eva Marie Saint
Actor
4-Jul-1924   North by Northwest
Woody Strode
Actor
28-Jul-1914 31-Dec-1994 Sergeant Rutledge
Anthony Zerbe
Actor
20-May-1936   Dog boy in Cool Hand Luke

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 17-Oct-2005)

I totally enjoyed this movie as a series on TV. My family and I would always look forward to the next episode. The acting was excellent. Of course, I have always liked James Arness. Other seasoned actors were a joy to watch. A was especially interested in seeing Josh Gallegos, who played the part of an indian called Stonehand. He quite a lot of exposure with James Arness. He is a friend of my brothers. I am sorry to say that I hadn't seen him in many parts since. I know that he was on Fantasy Island at one time. I think I had heard that he became a teacher. Anyway, I thought the movie was very entertaining.


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