The Rifleman

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  • 10

    The Best of Western series

    By bms29bms, Jul 13, 2013

    I grew up watching The Rifleman and have watched re-runs off & on for years - Currently watching even more re-runs. I always enjoy the love between father & son. The lessons learned which many kids today are not taught. Great shows to watch with your kids. Teaches good morals, good conduct, etc. while watching really good westerns.

    Yes it shows the good & the bad guys while also showing the selfish reason so many bad guys get killed And is a great lesson that kids today aren't getting.

    The is one series that I don't need to tell you what it is about. I watched reruns almost everyday and cannot tell you if there are in B&W or have been colorized. I believe they are still B&W - if so, they don't need to be colorized. They are just that good.moreless

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  • 10

    great western series

    By JonasBrock, Apr 11, 2013

    Rifleman would be the best western series of all time! i gave this show 2 thumbs up! the actors and the scriptwriters are definitely great! Purchased the rifleman boxset from . received a decent quality. i'm glad that i won't wait anymore for the reruns because i can watch this show anytime i want!

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  • 9.2

    a great classic

    By shadowscott, Jan 09, 2007

    After some people thought that Chuck Conners as the "bad guy" in such films as "The Big Country",it was quickly misjudged by his character when he played Lucas McCain in "The Rifleman". The show was centered around him and his son Mark in the town of Northfolk. But the coolest thing on that show was that Winchester rifle he had,and he could fire at any range from it!!! He never used a six shooter. The way he took on the baddies with that rifle was the absolute trademark of that show which was one of the coolest and most exciting TV westerns ever to come out of the 1950's,and to this day it still holds up to other TV westerns that would endure years later. A great classic from that golden age of grand TV.moreless

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  • 7.0

    Trick Rifle

    By Boot_Hill, Jun 16, 2006

    The Rifleman told the story of Lucas McCain, a rancher living on the outskirts of North Fork, NM. His wife had died and Lucas was raising his 12 year old son all alone. And if scraping out a living on the ranch and bringing up his son weren't enough to keep his plate full, every week Lucas had to beat up or shoot another bad guy who had wandered into the territory. To aide him in these activities, Lucas always carried a tricked-out Winchester rifle.

    Why was Lucas so involved in doing battle with these villians? Because the local marshal, Micah Torrance, was beyond useless. This guy was just never around. He probably spent most of his time in the back room of the local saloon,making time with some floozy. As soon as Lucas would beat up and/or shoot another menace to society, Micah would come running up, wondering what all the fuss was about. I guess it never occured to the good people of North Fork to just give Micah his walking papers and make Lucas the marshal. Oh well.moreless

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  • 7.4

    One of my favorite B/W Shows

    By fluffybear, Apr 25, 2006

    ' The Rifleman ' has been a favorite of mine for many years and one that I will usually find the the time to watch if I see it on. I was fortunate enough to work with Chuck Conners on a different series and it was a real pleasure to work with this man and speak with him about 'The Rifleman' and how much he enjoyed working in the series.

    The thing I remember most about the series was the number of famous guest stars this show featured even though most of them were villians and going to killed by Lucas and his trusty riflemoreless

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  • 9.0

    This was a classic TV Western drama.

    By vicmackey31, Apr 13, 2006

    The Rifleman was and is one of the best westerns to ever appear on television. Even beyond that, it is one of the better shows on television period. Chuck Connors was fantastic as The Rifleman. The writing was so good that it still holds up to today's standards. The regular cast was outstanding. The guest starts were absolutely fantastic. In this time period of television many famous actors would make appearances on great television shows such as this. Then there were the up and coming actors that would go on to become huge stars and used this as a springboard of sorts. All in all a great show that can still be watched today without missing a beat. if you have never seen this show, give it a shot.moreless

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    By Adveric, Jun 21, 2005

    The best was the opening theme, it makes you jump at the roof with the BANG BANG!!! and the best was the pendejo that carries the rifleman\'s tula.

    The best show in years because the rifleman is going to boost out any malhechor. I think Jorgito Hevia Jr. will be done a better work, also.

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