Cheyenne

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  • TV-G
An epic series of gunblazing action and panoramic prairie vistas that ran for eight top-rated seasons and helped turn a nation of accountants, housewives, sales clerks and kids into armchair cowpokes.

An epic series of gunblazing action and panoramic prairie vistas that ran for eight top-rated seasons and helped turn a nation of accountants, housewives, sales clerks and kids into armchair cowpokes.

Original Release

09/20/1955 on ABC

US Release

09/20/1955

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Durango Brothers Monday, 24 September 1962
2 Satonka Monday, 01 October 1962
3 Sweet Sam Monday, 08 October 1962
4 Man Alone Monday, 15 October 1962
5 The Quick and the Deadly Monday, 22 October 1962
6 Indian Gold Monday, 29 October 1962
7 Dark Decision Monday, 05 November 1962
8 Pocketful of Stars Monday, 12 November 1962
9 The Vanishing Breed Monday, 19 November 1962
10 Vengeance Is Mine Monday, 26 November 1962
11 Johnny Brassbuttons Monday, 03 December 1962
12 Wanted for the Murder of Cheyenne Bodie Monday, 10 December 1962
13 Showdown at Oxbend Monday, 17 December 1962
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Directors

Richard L. Bare, Leslie H. Martinson, Robert Sparr, Lee Sholem, George Waggner, Paul Landres, Leslie Goodwins, Walter Doniger, Otto Lang, Thomas Carr, Joseph Kane, Douglas Heyes, Franklin Adreon, Richard C. Sarafian, Alan Crosland Jr., James P. Yarbrough, Emory Horger, Gunther von Fritsch, Montgomery Pittman, Lew Landers, Edward Ludwig, Jerry Hopper, Arthur Lubin, Howard W. Koch, Paul Henreid, Herbert L. Strock, William J. Hole Jr., Robert B. Sinclair

Writers

Warren Douglas, Dean Riesner, Berne Giler, George F. Slavin, Howard Browne, Peter Germano, Gerald Drayson Adams, Wells Root, Roy Huggins, Fred Freiberger, Albert Aley, Montgomery Pittman, Buckley Angell, James O'Hanlon, James Gunn, David Lang, Douglas Heyes, D.D. Beauchamp, Lee Loeb, Oliver Drake, R. Wright Campbell , Frederick Brady, Charles Smith, Arnold Belgard, Kenneth Higgins, Lester Fuller, Harry Sinclair Drago, L.L. Foreman, Steve Frazee, Joyce Fierro, N.B. Stone Jr., Sloan Nibley, Joseph Chadwick, Arthur Fitz-Richard, Lewis Reed, Finlay McDermid, W. Hermanos, Sidney Morse, E.M. Parsons, Marvin Zable, Ray Nafziger, Guy de Vry, Jack R. Usher, William O. Turner, Bennett Foster, L.J. Searles, Noel M. Loomis, Jack Emanuel, Will Cook, W.C. Tuttle, Arthur W. Silver, Eustace Cockrell, Alan Lipscott, Norman A. Fox, Lewis Meltzer, Cy Chermak, Bob Wehling, Louis Stevens, Barney Slater, Harry S. Franklin, B. Traven, Donald R. Wilson, John Byrne, Leo Gordon, Richard Matheson, Irene Winston, Richard Collins, László Görög, Charles Lang, Don Martin, Teddi Sherman, Melvin Levy, Bob Fisher, Thomas W. Blackburn, Jules Furthman, Ernest Hemingway, Jack DeWitt, Ron Bishop, Harlan Ware, Ric Hardman, Sidney Biddell, Burt Arthur, Al C. Ward, Harold Shumate, Fredric M. Frank, Kenneth Gamet, James R. Webb, Harry Whittington, William Faulkner, Anthony Spinner, Jack Natteford, Robert Hamner, Richard Wormser, Alan Le May, N. Richard Nash, Winston Miller, Walter Doniger, Sam Rolfe, George Waggner, Clarke Reynolds

Cast

Producers

Editors

Harold Minter, Robert Watts, Robert Sparr, Fred Bohanan, Carl Pingitore, Elbert K. Hollingsworth, George Jay Nicholson, Clarence Kolster, Robert Jahns, Robert B. Warwick Jr., Harry Reynolds, Folmar Blangsted, Rex Lipton, William W. Moore, Ben Ray, John Hall, John Whitney, James Ballas, Milt Kleinberg, Byron Chudnow, Holbrook N. Todd, Leo H. Shreve, Robert Stafford, Jim Faris, Robert Crawford, Henry DeMond, Edgar Zane, John Joyce, J. Frank O'Neill, Basil Wrangell, Lloyd Nosler, Tom Biggart, Barton Hayes, Archie Dattelbaum, Victor Lewis, George C. Shrader, George J. Eppich, John Rich

1957Golden GlobeTelevision Achievement Won
1957EmmyBest Editing of a Film for Television Nominated
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