Cimarron Strip

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Cimarron Strip

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The Cimarron Strip was the border region between the Kansas Territory and Indian Territory during the late 19th century. Patrolling this vast area was the job of U.S. Marshal Jim Crown, who was based in Cimarron City.

First Telecast: September 7, 1967 CBS Last Telecast: September 7, 1971 CBS Broadcast History: Sept. 1967-Sept. 1968 CBS Thursday 6:30-8:00 July 1971-Sept. 1971 CBS Tuesday 7:30-9:00 (Central Time Zone)

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  • A forgotten American Classic Western.

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    One of the best westerns for tv ever made. A ninety minute episode of the American Western Lawman every week. A hero in the true spirit. A strong upstanding lawman showing the best of America's West. Marshal Jim Crown never flinching in his duties to protect and serve in the hostile territory he resides in. A small town who back their Marshal which is the only law between the Pecos and the Colorado River. A grand cast with guest star appearances of hollywood's western motif. Every young boy who watched this show waited for the theme song so with hat and holster they would ride Dad's arm chair. All though the show was for a mature audience in those days cowboys were allowed to watch it for the good moral lessons of the episode. Still today the most violent show produced with the deaths of bad dudes. Only marshal Dillon of gunsmoke might have shot more villains but not by much.moreless
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Westerns, outcasts, extraordinary situations, facing danger, topical humor