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Cheyenne: The Complete Seventh Season [4 Discs] [DVD]
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As the ABC western series Cheyenne entered its seventh season, star Clint Walker was still holding fast to his contractual agreement with Warner Bros., refusing to appear in any more than 14 new episodes per year. Thus, just as it had during the previous two seasons, Cheyenne shared its timeslot with another of studio's western shows, Broncho (though Cheyenne was used as a blanket title for both efforts). However, inasmuch as that only brought the total of new hour-long installments to 16, the remainder of the seventh season was filled out with reruns from earlier Cheyenne and Bronco seasons. The guest-star roster on Cheyenne this year included Denver Pyle of Dukes of Hazzard Fame in the episode "Winchester Quarantine"; a pre-stardom James Coburn and Lee Van Cleef in "Trouble Street, Ellen Burstyn, still billed as Ellen McRae, in Day's Pay; and Susan Seaforth, who would be known by her married named Susan Seaforth Hayes on Days of Our Lives, in "The Bad Penny". Finally, series star Clint Walker was absent from the season finale "A Man Called Ragan", which served as the pilot for the new Warners western weekly The Dakotas and starred Larry Ward, Chad Everett, Jack Elam and Mike Greene. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Clint Walker - Cheyenne Bodie
  • L.Q. Jones - Smitty
  • Ty Hardin - Bronco Layne
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