I can't believe how obscure this show has become..

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    subcelebrity

    [1]Jan 21, 2007
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    I clearly remember watching and loving this show.. I used to force myself to get up at 3AM on weekdays when I was like 15 and they were rerunning this along with Branded. It seems like a lot of the
    old westerns are now being rerun on cable/satellite channels. Shame this one has been forsaken.. Anyone else out there remember/like it? I heard that there is a box set out there somewhere..
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    jmikeh

    [2]Jan 22, 2007
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    I have been watching this one, along with Branded on a local affiliate for about a year now.  I just saw the last episode where they find Jim and they 3 become lawmen for the town of Samson.  I had never seen the show before but do enjoy it now.  I have always been a huge fan of Walter Brennan.

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    cajunhillbilly

    [3]Feb 10, 2007
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    Yes it is available on dvd, both seasons.  Check Amazon.com.  I have both season on dvd myself and love rewatching this show.
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    jmikeh

    [4]May 6, 2007
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    Walter Brennan was the man.  No brag.  Just fact. 
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    Mad_Buck

    [5]May 13, 2007
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    As I stated in my review this was one good show.  It's a shame it only lasted two seasons but I suppose it was a casualty of its times.  The Western genre on TV was dying a slow death and within five years only Gunsmoke would remain. No brag, just fact.
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    daveblyth

    [6]May 22, 2009
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    I've purchased season 1 of this show and have enjoyed watching - what a great character actor Walter Brennon was - FACT
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