The Cartwrights come to the aid of a Chinese man who is wrongly accused of murder, putting themselves at odds with a bigoted politician.
Joe and Hoss are mistaken for some hired killers by some people engaged in a family feud. This episode first showed January 23rd, 1960.
Lum and Abner, an American radio comedy which aired as a network program from 1932 to 1954, became an American institution in its low-keyed, arch rural wit.
A 1947 film-noir about an inmate with only a year on his sentence who is forced to participate in a prison break.
This is a 1972 made for TV movie about a police woman named Christie You’re Under arrest Sugah Love. This movie is should have Aqua Net and polyester commercials.
Randall (Glenn Strange) is trying to get the Governor (Karl Hackett) impeached so he can take over control of the state.
Knowing the Governor and Billy (Buster Crabbe) are good friends, he has Billy framed for murder.
Fuzzy (Al St. John) finds the shell and Billy sees it has a peculiar mark.
Now they have to find the owner of that gun.
I remember watching this when I was a kid. I think this would hold up as a modern game show. You can see the show had some pleasant charisma that kept it going from 1960-1974 in one form or another. After all these years, I still found this show to be entertaining. So here’s Bud Col1yer as Americas favorite 1958 game show host on Beat the Clock.