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Starring Gail Davis (as Annie Oakley) 
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Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Rina Fox , Louis H. Allgood
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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ANNIE OAKLEY, I (1955/56)

1. "THE DUTCH GUNMAN". A dutchman comes to Diablo with a very special
rifle which two thugs want to steal.

2. "THE JOKER ON HORSEBACK". Robbers are foiled by Annie in their
attempt to rob a bank, but they vow to try again with the help of
a simple-minded newcomer in town.

3. "SHADOW AT SONOMA". The marshal shoots a man wanted for
counterfeiting who happens to be a dead ringer for Lofty the
Sheriff. Annie and Lofty head off to Sonoma to capture the whole gang.

4. "ANNIE AND THE TWISTED TRAILS". Annie tries to bridge a gap between
her friend Della Forsythe and Della's father, whose over-protection
won't allow her to attend the local rodeo.
100 MINUTES $19.95 BLACK AND WHITE

 
ANNIE OAKLEY, II (1952/54)
Here are the first four episodes in the "Oakley" series!

1. "BULLS' EYE!", the original pilot to the series. Annie's brother
Tagg is played by Billy Gray (of "Father Knows Best"). Someone's
been poisoning the animals' drinking ponds, and Annie aims to find out why.

2. "ANNIE GETS HER MAN". The town bank is robbed just before a young
man was to get an inheritence that was kept there. Clayton Moore guests.

3. "SHARPSHOOTING ANNIE". Annie's been performing for charity around
the west, but a thief keeps following her and making off with the
money raised before she can catch him.

4. "JUSTICE GUNS". The town raises money for the former marshal to have
an eye operation, but hoodlums swipe it.
100 MINUTES $19.95 BLACK AND WHITE

 
ANNIE OAKLEY, III (1955/56)

1. "ANNIE AND THE SILVER ACE". Outlaws attempt to take over the town's
gambling casino, while its owner tries to hide the fact that he
runs the place from his mother. Alan Hale guests.

2. "ANNIE AND THE CHINESE PUZZLE". Keye Luke guest stars as the owner
of the town's chinese laundry, who gets framed for a murder that he didn't commit.

3. "FLINT AND STEEL". The cattle of several farmers in the town have
been ambushed, so Annie investigates the situation.

4. "VALLEY OF THE SHADOWS", complete with original commercials (some
pitched by Gail Davis). A little girl witnesses her father's murder,
then is blinded while riding away on her horse. This makes it
difficult for Annie to find the culprits.
105 MINUTES $19.95 BLACK AND WHITE

 
ANNIE OAKLEY, IV (1955/56/57)

1. "DEAD MAN'S BLUFF". Fake government bonds are put in place of real
ones at the city bank, and now it's in grave danger of being closed down.

2. "THE TALL TALE". An old man's exaggerated written stories to his
grandson catch up with him when he allows some dangerous bank robbers to get away.

3. "ANNIE AND THE FIRST PHONE". While Annie, Lofty, and Tagg prepare
for the town's first telephone service, indians wage an attack on a farm.

4. "ANNIE RINGS THE BELL". Annie and the gang travel to Mexico to
watch a boxing match and thieves hold up the ticket office. Slim Pickens guest stars.
100 MINUTES $19.95 BLACK AND WHITE

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