CTVA Western - "Trackdown" (Four Star/ CBS) (1957-59) starring Robert Culp

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Zane Grey Theatre (1956-61)    Frontier Justice (Summer 1958, 59, 61)
Trackdown (1957-59)   Wanted Dead or Alive (1958-61)  The Rifleman (1958-63)
Black Saddle (1959-60)   Johnny Ringo (1958-61)  Law of The Plainsman (1959-60)
The Westerner (1960)   Stagecoach West (1960-61)  The Big Valley (1965-69)

Robert Culp Series:
Trackdown (1957-59 (Four Star) Western Series starring Robert Culp
"I Spy"(1965-68) Robert Culp - Bill Cosby
The Greatest American Hero (Stephen J. Cannell/ABC) (1981-83) William Katt, Robert Culp, Connie Sellecca
Trackdown (1957-59)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Rina Fox
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)

Trackdown (season 1) (CBS) (1957-58)
Trackdown (season 2) (CBS) (1958-59)
Trackdown (season 3) (CBS) (Fall 1959)
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TRACKDOWN
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Filmed In Hollywood By Four Star Productions, Inc
In Association With
CBS Television Network (Fridays 8:00PM EST)(Wednesdays from 28Jan59)
Produced By: Vincent M. Fennelly
Production Executive: Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton

US Western series 1957-59 pilot + 70 episodes x 30m bw
Starring:
Robert Culp as Texas Ranger Hoby Gilman
Recurring Cast:
Addison Richards as Doc Jay Calhoun
James Griffith as Aaron Adams
Gail Kobe as Penny Adams
Ellen Corby as Henrietta Porter
Norman Leavitt as Ralph
Peter Leeds as Tenner Smith
Rusty Wescoatt as Bartender (to be verified)

Narrator: Ed Prentiss (character-actor)
Did a short voice over describing each episode.

Premise:
Adventures of an 1870's Texas Ranger.
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Directors Included:
Donald McDougall, Thomas Carr, Sam Peckinpah
Writers Included:
John McGreevey, Norman Jacob, D.D.Beauchamp & Mary M. Beauchamp, John Robinson
Christopher Knopf, Sam Peckinpah
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Assistant Director: Grayson Rogers
Director Photography: Guy Roe
Music Supervisor: Harry King
Stunts: Tom Steele, Dale Van Sickel,Gil Perkins, Robert Hoy, Saul Gorss,
Chuck Hicks,Paul Stader
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Filming Locations Included:
Four Star Studios and Interior Western Street
Jack Ingram Ranch And Western Street
Iverson Ranch

Features the pilot for Steve McQueen's series
Wanted Dead or Alive (1958-61) - see episode #21 "The Bounty Hunter"

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 BADGE OF HONOR (pilot for "Trackdown" series)
featured on
"Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre" episode 1.28
prod. no. 9456
3May57 CBS Fri
Written by John Robinson
DIRECTED BY ARTHUR HILLER.
Guest Cast:
Robert Culp ................... Hoby Gilman
Gary Merrill .................. Col. Boyd Nelson
Tom Tully ..................... Jed Phillips
Peggy Webber .................. Nora
Dick Gardner .................. Tim Dougherty
Mike Ragan/Holly Bane . ....... Sam Gibson
Walter Coy .................... Jim Shane
Bill Henry .................... George Wallace
Bill Leicester ................ Ranger
Richard Devon ................. Army Hendricks
EDDIE PARKER......ROWDY TOWNSMaN
Returning from the Civil War and tired of violence
and bloodshed. Hoby Gilman is shocked to find his hometown
in the grip of the cruel and power-mad Col. Boyd Nelson.
(UK airdate: 19Nov57 Associated-Rediffusion, London UK)

Trackdown (season 1) (CBS) (1957-58)
Trackdown (season 2) (CBS) (1958-59)
Trackdown (season 3) (CBS) (Fall 1959)

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