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When I found this show, it was must see for me or I would set my VCR to tape it. I have stated in other postings that I am always ready to watch a western when I find one and especially a western that is outside the box. This is a western series that Rod Serling would have been proud of. It is also fun to see actors who do not usually do westerns and how they tackle a genre that they are not used to. As I said, I wish it would come back and I hope to see the reruns when I can find them. Henry Winkler, who starred in a couple of episodes, picked a very property to produce. Good job everyone.
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