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VIDEO: Ep 248 - The Do-Badder

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Ep 248 - The Do-Badder
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Length: 50:41
Aired: 1/6/1962

A world-weary gold prospector arrives in Dodge with high hopes of making bad men change their ways. watch

VIDEO: The 7th Is Made up of Phantoms

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The 7th Is Made up of Phantoms
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Length: 25:07
Aired: 12/6/1963

Three 1960's Army National Guard soldiers on maneuvers near the Little Big Horn battle site find themselves unwittingly involved in Custer's last stand. watch

VIDEO: The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms

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The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms
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Length: 19:33:26
Aired: 12/6/1963

Three National Guardsmen explore the site of Custer's Last Stand and encounter mysterious phenomenon that hint at the original battle occurring just out of sight. watch


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Year Title Description
1983 Blue Thunder Movie, Actor - Braddock
1983 Tough Enough Movie, Actor - James Neese
1982 The Border Movie, Actor - Red
1982 The Blue & the Gray TV Show Series, Actor - Preacher/Maj. Welles
1981 Stripes Movie, Actor - Sgt. Hulka

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I vaguely remember a show in ...

Question: I vaguely remember a show in the '60s in which Jack Lord played a rodeo cowboy and, if I'm not mistaken, Bruce Dern played the sidekick/friend. I believe it was called Stoney Burke. Can you confirm? Thanks!

Answer: That I can, Martha. Lord, who later went on to enjoy a two-decade-plus career as Det. Steve McGarrett on Hawaii Five-O, did indeed star as rodeo rider Burke on the ABC series, but he only did it for one season — from October 1962 to September 1963. And Dern was along for the ride, as were Warren Oates, Bill Hart and Robert Dowdell.

Lord, never one to underplay anything he did in his life, called the series "the most successful failure in television" in a 1969 TV Guide interview. The actor claimed to have raked in $200,000 a year making personal appearances as Stoney, showing up in cowboy boots an read more

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