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Dennis weaver is a neighbor of John Linebaugh and I had the privilege of meeting him in person. Hes the real deal.
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That should be a past tense statement Lloyd, Dennis Weaver died in 2006. Great actor though. He was great in Spielberg's movie about a crazed truck driver
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To be honest I'm not sure. I do believe he was on a couple of shows that Festus was on. They never seem to play them in any chronological order.
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Newly. He was Marshal Dillon's Deputy for awhile. Gunsmoke is still on cable, and I think it a great show as well!
Buck Taylor is the last living of the regular cast of Gunsmoke members , his father was actor Dub Taylor.

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Buck Taylor is the last living of the regular cast of Gunsmoke members , his father was actor Dub Taylor.
Thank you, I did not know that.
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After. And I don't think he was on there too long.


My Dad had the hots for Angie Dickenson on Police Woman. When that show was on we all had to be extra quiet and only walk between Dad and the t.v. when a commercial came on.

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We watched Combat when we were kids. Actually got to meet Vic Marrow at a telethon in Buffalo, NY, can't remember what year but it was cool to meet him!!

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When I was in kindergarten or first grade and lived at Quantico Dad took me to see Captain Kangaroo. I remember sitting on his lap like he was Santa Claus. I saw myself and him on a t.v.
When got home I ran to our t.v. and searched every channel but couldn't find what I saw on the studio t.v.

I was too young to know about monitors......

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I enjoyed Rat Patrol as a teen although it seemed impossible that these guys had so many successful missions with no casualties. My favorite show from this era was: Then Came Bronson.

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I didn't read all the answers above, but most if not all of the Rat Patrol shows are on you tube, I've watched a bunch of them there...


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