It is the 1870s in Wyoming Territory. Slim Sherman (John Smith)and his 14-year-old brother Andy (Robert Crawford) try to hang on to their ranch after their father is shot by a land grabber. They augment their slight cattle ranch income by serving as a stagecoach station near Laramie. Jess Harper (Robert Fuller) a drifter stays to help.
Last Episode04x32 The Road to Helena Aired: May. 21, 1963
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Series Fun Facts
- The set that served as the Sherman Ranch and Relay Station appears in a 1960 episode of Wagon Train - The Larry Hanify Story.
- The show was huge in Japan. It got a whopping 43% rating, became one of the most successful American TV series. When Robert Fuller came to Japan in 1961, about 100 thousand fans welcomed him…
[show]The show was huge in Japan. It got a whopping 43% rating, became one of the most successful American TV series. When Robert Fuller came to Japan in 1961, about 100 thousand fans welcomed him at Haneda airport. During his visit, Fuller was invited to dinner with then prime minister Hayato Ikeda. Even the Beatles did not receive such an enthusiastic welcome when they first came to Japan in 1966.
- The exterior sets of the old western town of Laramie in this series were not on the Warner Bros. back lot; they were filmed on the Universal Studios Western Street as Revue studios was…
[show]The exterior sets of the old western town of Laramie in this series were not on the Warner Bros. back lot; they were filmed on the Universal Studios Western Street as Revue studios was located at Universal International Studios. Warner Bros. Laramie Street was used in the "Lawman" TV Series and for many years after it was also used in countless Warner Bros. motion picture and television projects. since the end of the "Laramie" television series. It had also been continuously rented out for filming to several non-Warner Bros. productions such as Little House on the Prairie (1974), among others. Known throughout the studio as "Laramie Street," it consisted of three streets of old western buildings and it was the last of two separate western sets to remain standing on the Warner Bros. lot. Another western street, which existed in the central portion of the studio's back lot, was demolished in the mid-'80s. Laramie Street remained in existence until 2000, when it was demolished to make way for a collection of modern-day exterior set houses.