Wildside

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ABC (ended 1985)

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Wildside

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"Into a lawless land, they brought their own style of justice. Five men, one mission - the Chamber of Commerce of Wildside!" This short-lived series revolved around the five members of the "Chamber of Commerce of Wildside". Four of them were former outlaws (the fifth was the governor). Along with the sharpshooters' son, the five of them would venture out on the behest of their friend the governor to fight outlaws that plagued the burgeoning state of California. The Chamber of Commerce consisted of: Brodie Hollister. Brodie was an expert sharpshooter, capable of disarming a man at 50 paces with a single shot, or shooting off an opponent's trigger finger. Brodie was also good at raising horses and ran a stable and corral for breeding horses. Sutton Holister. Sutton inherited his father's weapon skills. His mother took him East when his father Brodie turned to outlawing, and Sutton was taught at several expensive academies. He returned to Wildside after his mother's death to reconcile with Brodie. Besides being an expert sharpshooter, Sutton was a talented swordsman and horserider, and worked with Brodie in the horse-raising business. Bannister Sparks. An explosives expert of African-American descent, Bannister ran the Wildside Emporium and liked to play the part of the rich merchant. He favored small explosive charges that he lit with his ever-present cigar and could throw them with amazing accuracy for best placement. Varges de la Cosa. A Mexican, Varges was an expert with knives and bolos, and hated guns. Ironically, he ran a gunshop in Wildside - just because he didn't like guns didn't mean he couldn't recognize a fine piece of work. Prometheus Jones. A gentle-hearted man despite his original profession, Jones favored the lariat but used a shotgun when necessary (typically against inanimate objects). The shotgun was rarely necessary, as Prometheus was the group's strongman. He was also a skilled veterinarian and ran the town's vet office. Each week the five would fight some kind of rather atypical menace, from a renegade band of Crimean cavalry, to a weapons expert who developed an automatic machine-pistol, to a gang that used flame-pistols as part of an arson racket.moreless
Sandy McPeak

Sandy McPeak

J. Wendell Summerhayes

Howard Rollins

Howard Rollins

Bannister Sparks

J. Eddie Peck

J. Eddie Peck

Sutton Hollister

William Smith (I)

William Smith (I)

Brodie Hollister

Meg Ryan

Meg Ryan

Cally Oaks

John D'Aquino

John D'Aquino

Varges de la Cosa

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