CTVA US Western  - "Advs. of Kit Carson" (Revue/Syndicated) (1951-55) starring Bill Williams & Don Diamond

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The Adventures of Kit Carson (1951-54)
Episode Guide
compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Sal Crisanti, Tom Dischley, Tom Alger, Louis H. Allgood,
James Beer, Adam Gearace (Mara Corday credits), Rina Fox, Heikocleef
references:
TV Guide /Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
"Western & Frontier Film & Television Credits" (1903-1995) (Volume Two) by Harris M. Lentz III

The Adventures of Kit Carson (season 1) (Syndicated) (1951-1952)
The Adventures of Kit Carson (season 2) (Syndicated) (1952-1953)
The Adventures of Kit Carson (season 3) (Syndicated) (1953-1954)
The Adventures of Kit Carson (season 4) (Syndicated) (1954-1955)

    
Revue Productions, Inc./ Distributed by MCA TV
for
First-Run Syndication
Produced by Richard Irving

US Family Western series 1951-55 104? episodes x 30m bw (103 listed)

starring
Bill Williams  as Christopher 'Kit' Carson
Don Diamond  as El Toro
Hank Peterson as Sierra Jack & Host [LHA]
Kit Carson's Horse = Apache [LHA]
Stunts: (some stuntmen also appear in various roles)

Boyd Stockman (stunts) *  Jay 'X' Brands (stunts) * Sandy Sanders (stunts)
Dick Farnsworth (stunts)  *  Steve Rains (stunts)  *  Frosty Royce (stunts) * Duke Taylor (stunts)
John Cason (stunts)
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Premise:
The exploits of Christopher 'Kit' Carson, an 1880's frontiersman and his Mexican sidekick El Toro.
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DIRECTORS INCLUDE:
John English, Lew Landers, Paul Landres, NORMAN LLOYD, WILL SHELDON,
DERWIN ABRAHAMS (DERWIN ABBE).
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WRITERS INCLUDE:
Barry Shipman, MILTON M. RAISON, DWIGHT CUMMINS.
SLOAN NIBLEY, ARTHUR ROWE, DWIGHT BABCOCK, LUCI WARD
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DIRECTORS OF PHOTOGRAPHY: CLARK RAMSEY, JOHN MACBURNIE, JOE NOVAK.
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EDITORIAL SUPERVISORS: RICHARD G. WRAY AND RICHARD CURRIER.
MUSIC SUPERVISORS: STANLEY WILSON AND MELVYN LENERD.

FILMING LOCATIONS:
REPUBLIC STUDIOS BACK LOT AND WESTERN STREET,
IVERSONS RANCH, CORRIGANVILLE RANCH,
MELODY RANCH AND WALKER RANCH.

Source:
 DVD Volume 1 - Alpha Video - ALP 4790D
#2.25 "Claim Jumpers" - #2.7 "Outlaw Paradise" - #1.12"Fury at Red Gulch" - #2.3 "Danger Hill"
DVD Volume 2 - Alpha Video - ALP 4791D
#2.4 "Wild Horses of Pala" - #??"Bandits' Blade" - #2.1 "Snake River Trappers" - #4.14"Ghost Town"
DVD Volume 3 - Alpha Video - ALP 4974D
#2.24 "Bad Men of Marysville" - #1.20 "Spoilers of California"- #1.14 "Desperate Sheriff" - #2.18 "Singing Wires"
DVD Volume 4 - Alpha Video - ALP 4975D
#1.21 "Feud in San Filipe" - #1.9 "The Devil of Angel's Camp" - #1.5 "Murango Story" - #?"Golden Trap"
DVD Volume 5 - Alpha Video - ALP 5026D
#1.24 "Curse of the Albas" - #?"The Marauder of Madera"- #1.4"Padre's Treasure"- #?"Perilous Trail"
DVD Volume 6 - Alpha Video - ALP 5027D
#2.21 "Hideout"- #2.20 "Highway to Doom"- #1.10 "Law of the Frontier"- #1.8 "Law of the Guns"
DVD Volume 7 - Alpha Video - ALP 5028D
#1.23 "Border Corsairs" - #2.22 "Broken Spur" - #?"Mask of the Vigilantes" - #? "Mojave Desperados"
DVD Volume 8 - Alpha Video - ALP 5094D
(no episode details)
DVD Volume 9 - Alpha Video - ALP 5095D
(no episode details)

Source:
"The Adventures Of Kit Carson" in the "TV Guide Presents Great Westerns" series of DVDs.
Genius Entertainment cat. #77109, features the following episodes:
#1.19 "Bad Men Of Briscoe", #2.24 "Bad Men Of Marysville"
#-.-- "Bandit's Blade" (1952), #2.02 "Baron Of Black Springs"
#2.12 "Border City", #1.23 "Border Corsairs"

Source:
"Great Western TV Shows" DVD boxed set - Brentwood LLC DVD Cat. # 45023-9
#3.1 "Outlaw Trail" (1953)

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