Dundee and the Culhane

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CBS (ended 1967)

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Dundee and the Culhane

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Dundee and the Culhane was specifically created for famed British thespian John Mills, who was more or less stuck in Hollywood while daughter Haley fulfilled her multi-movie contract with Dusney. Mills plays Dundee, a British lawyer travelling the old west, accompanied by the Culhane (Sean Harrison), a gunslinger type. No one, including a costumer with a web page seems to know what the first names of either Dundee or the Culhane. It was an odd premise, but was adequately written and very well acted, with lots of big name guest stars. Apparently, though, there weren't a lot of wesern fans with an appreciation of English semi-classical actors free at 10 pm on Wednesdays, so the series lasted only half a season.
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  • I don\\\'t remember a specific episode but do remember I looked forward to it and watched the few episodes that aired. One thing I specifically remember is that I loved the theme song and and can still play it on the piano.moreless

    8.6
    I cannot remember a specific episode but do remember bits and pieces from an episode or two. I can remember the primary actors at one time in a horse drawn buggy, but hey, lots of westerns had buggys right? As I had said in the summary, I liked the theme song so much that I went to the trouble to pick it out on the piano and can still play it.moreless
  • Dundee And The Culhane
    Another fairly obscure show from TV's yesteryear (and, for that reason, probably another dead-end post here, unless someone wants ...
    09/11/07
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