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Tv Westerns - part 2

 
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:44 pm    Post subject: Tv Westerns - part 2  Reply with quote

Here are some more easy questions.....

1. This western was about a group of men herding 3,000 head of cattle to market.

Wagon Train
Rawhide
Bonanza
Cowpoke



2. This western was about a wealthy family led by the mother, Victoria. She had three sons, one daughter, and the illegitimate son of her dead husband to look after.  

Answer:  (three words)



3. This was the longest running western, and one of the longest-running programs on television. It was about the marshal of Dodge City and his fight for justice in that town.

Answer:  (one word)



4. This late 50's western comedy featured the adventures of Bret and his brother Bart.

Young Maverick
Bret and Bart
Bret Maverick
Maverick



5. Hugh O'Brian portrayed the title character in this series about one of the West's greatest legends.

Bat Masterson
The Gunfights of Jesse James
Davy Crockett
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp



6. This western followed the joys and hardships of heading to a new frontier out West after the American Civil War. Was this series called "The Oregon Trail"?

Yes
No



7. This western was about a father and his three sons and their ranch, the Ponderosa.

Answer:  (One Word)



8. Which of these movie westerns was made into a series?

The Searchers
Rooster Cogburn
True Grit
The Magnificent Seven



9. This quirky western followed the adventures of two secret service agents.

Adventures in the Wild, Wild West
Outlaws
Guns of Paradise
The Wild, Wild West



10. This series recounts the adventures of another legendary figure of the old West, but stayed away from his famous and heroic death.

The Adventures of Jim Bowie
The Adventures of Kit Carson
Davy Crockett
Wild Bill Hickock
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Location: Harrison, AR

PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 12:15 am    Post subject: Re: Tv Westerns - part 2 Reply with quote

cowgirl wrote:
Here are some more easy questions.....

1. This western was about a group of men herding 3,000 head of cattle to market.

Wagon Train
Rawhide
Bonanza
Cowpoke



2. This western was about a wealthy family led by the mother, Victoria. She had three sons, one daughter, and the illegitimate son of her dead husband to look after.  

Answer:  (three words) The Big Valley



3. This was the longest running western, and one of the longest-running programs on television. It was about the marshal of Dodge City and his fight for justice in that town.

Answer:  (one word) Gunsmoke!



4. This late 50's western comedy featured the adventures of Bret and his brother Bart.

Young Maverick
Bret and Bart
Bret Maverick
Maverick



5. Hugh O'Brian portrayed the title character in this series about one of the West's greatest legends.

Bat Masterson
The Gunfights of Jesse James
Davy Crockett
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp



6. This western followed the joys and hardships of heading to a new frontier out West after the American Civil War. Was this series called "The Oregon Trail"?

Yes
No



7. This western was about a father and his three sons and their ranch, the Ponderosa.

Answer:  (One Word) Bonanza



8. Which of these movie westerns was made into a series?

The Searchers
Rooster Cogburn
True Grit
The Magnificent Seven



9. This quirky western followed the adventures of two secret service agents.

Adventures in the Wild, Wild West
Outlaws
Guns of Paradise
The Wild, Wild West



10. This series recounts the adventures of another legendary figure of the old West, but stayed away from his famous and heroic death.

The Adventures of Jim Bowie
The Adventures of Kit Carson
Davy Crockett
Wild Bill Hickock


I was able to answer MOST of them!  This is fun!!  Keep 'em coming!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 1:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

6. This western followed the joys and hardships of heading to a new frontier out West after the American Civil War. Was this series called "The Oregon Trail"?

No I believe The Oregon Trail was set in 1842


9. This quirky western followed the adventures of two secret service agents.

The Wild, Wild West


10. This series recounts the adventures of another legendary figure of the old West, but stayed away from his famous and heroic death.

The Adventures of Jim Bowie


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