Western Theater

Western Theater 1959

Western Theater is an American western anthology that aired on NBC in the summer of 1959.

The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show

The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show 1962

The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show is a Western comedy and variety program that ran on ABC television for 13 episodes from September 29 to December 29, 1962. In addition to Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers, who married in 1947, the program featured the Sons of the Pioneers, Pat Brady, and Cliff Arquette in his role of country iconoclast Charley Weaver. The premiere episode entitled the "Seattle World's Fair" honored the celebration in 1962 in Seattle, Washington. The November 3 episode was set at Knotts Berry Farm amusement park in Buena Park, California. Martha Raye guest-starred in the December 8 episode "Circus". Dale Robertson of NBC's Tales of Wells Fargo appeared in the episode "Western Hit Parade" on October 20, which offered the songs "Cool Water", "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling", and "Don't Fence Me In". Still another segment featured singer Kathy Taylor and magician Mark Wilson. A patriotic program was broadcast on October 27. A tribute to silent film star William S. Hart aired on November 10. A Thanksgiving Day celebration aired on November 17, and a Grand National horse show followed on November 24. A minstrel show was presented on December 1. The last new episode entitled "Christmas Open House" aired on December 22.

Saturday Roundup

Saturday Roundup 1951

Saturday Roundup is an American Western television program that aired on NBC on Saturday night from June 10, 1951 to September 1, 1951 at 8:00 p.m Eastern time .

Black Fox

Black Fox 1995

A former slave affects peace between Indian tribes and homesteaders in 1860s West Texas.

The Gospel Bill Show

The Gospel Bill Show

The Gospel Bill Show is a Christian-values based television show that was produced by Willie George Ministries from 1981 to 1993. It was broadcast on the CBN and TBN, and is currently seen on Daystar, Smile of a Child, and in syndication on other small Christian television stations.

Lash of the West

Lash of the West

Short-lived kids' series found Lash La Rue, as his U.S. Marshal alter-ego, sitting in his office recounting tales of the old west involving his grandfather. These tales were represented by extracts from La Rue's western movies made after WWII for Ron Ormond and Western Adventures, Inc., the precursor of Howco Productions, who also made this show. As the series episodes lasted only 15 minutes, the material from each movie stretched over several episodes, giving the series a serial-like quality. The series aired on ABC on Sunday night at 6:30 p.m Eastern time from January 4, 1953 to April 26, 1953.