CTVA US Western - "The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin" (Screen Gems/ABC) (1954-59) starring Lee Aaker

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The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin (1954-59)
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Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Sal Crisanti, Tom Dischley, Rina Fox,  Heikocleef
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)

The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (season 1) (ABC) (1954-1955)

The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (season 2) (ABC) (1955-1956)
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (season 3) (ABC) (1956-1957)
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (season 4) (ABC) (1957-1958)
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (season 5) (ABC) (1958-1959)



Screen Gems Inc, a division of Columbia Pictures
for
ABC (Fridays 7:30 pm EST)
Executive Producer Herbert B. Leonard
Production Executive Fred Briskin

US Family Western series 1954-59 164 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Lee Aaker
as Rusty (1954-59)
James Brown
as Lt. Ripley "Rip" Masters (1954-59)
Joe Sawyer
as Sgt. Aloysius "Biff" O'Hara (1954-59)
Rand Brooks
as Cpl. Randy Boone (1954-59)
Hal Hopper as Cpl. Clark (1955-57)
Syd Saylor as Clem Pritikin, storekeeer (1956-58)
Tommy Farrell as Cpl. Thad Carson (1957-59)
Les Tremayne as Major Stone (1958-59)
and
Rin-Tin-Tin

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DIRECTORS INLUDED:
DOUGLAS HEYES, LEW LANDERS, ROBERT G. WALKER, EARL BELLAMY
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: AARON E. SINGER
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WRITERS INCLUDED:
ROY ERWIN, DOUGLAS HEYES, LEE BERG, JENNINGS COBB, JOHN 'ODEA,
SAMUEL ROECA
*
FILM EDITOR AARON NIBLEY
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: LESTER WHITE
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STUNTS:
CHARLES HORVATH, JAY 'X' BRANDS, JOE CANUTT, JERRY SUMMERS, WALLY WEST
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MAIN FILMING LOCATION:
CORRIGANVILE RANCH AND WESTERN STREET
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RIN TIN TIN OWNED AND TRAINED BY LEE DUNCAN

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Unknown title
(30Jun61 rerun)
Synopsis:
After all the Indian tribes in the Fort Apache area sign a peace
treaty, the War Department orders the fort closed.

Unknown title
(20Jan61 rerun)
guest cast:
Ernest Sarracino .......... Eagle Eye
Synopsis:
Eagle Eye vows to drive the white man from his lands.

Unknown title
(06Mar61 rerun)
Synopsis:
Masters saves Major Karn and his unit from a trap during the Mexican campaign. [RF]

Unknown title
(10Mar61 rerun)
Synopsis:
Masters is kidnaped by a group of escaped army prisoners.

Unknown title
(23Feb63 rerun)
Synopsis:
Trouble breaks out in an Apache tribe after Chief Maco turns the leadership over to his son.

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