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Lawman

Lawman is a western tv series originally telecast from 1958 to 1962 featuring John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop and Peter Brown as Deputy Johnny McKay. Set in Laramie, Wyoming, the action often centered on the Birdcage Saloon, owned by Lily Merrill. The half hour show often was of high quality due to the camaradarie of the cast members, guest stars, and several experienced directors.

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04x41 The Witness Aired: Jun. 24, 1962

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Lawman is Canceled/Ended
The show had 4 seasons and 156 episodes air between 1958 and 1962.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Oct. 05, 1958
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1958 - 1962
To-Date:
4 Seasons
156 Episodes
Network
ABC TV Network
Genre

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Series Fun Facts

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  • In Season 3, Dan was injured a total of 5 times and shot 4 times (including being grazed twice). Johnny was injured 5 times but was not shot. Dan shot and injured 2 people, and shot and…
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    In Season 3, Dan was injured a total of 5 times and shot 4 times (including being grazed twice). Johnny was injured 5 times but was not shot. Dan shot and injured 2 people, and shot and killed 22. Johnny shot and injured 3 people and shot and killed 5. Dan's more unusual injury was being shot in his gun hand and having to then shoot left handed. The most people shot and killed by Dan and Johnny in one episode in Season 3 were 4, in _"Lawman" (1958) (The Escape of Joe Killmer (3.14))_ Even though other trivia indicates in season three, Warner Brothers began toning down the violence on the show, the Season 3 numbers did not really reflect this. Dan killed 22 people in Season 2 and 22 in Season 3. Johnny's kills were cut in half, though, from 10 to 5. Those shot and injured by Dan were 2 each season, while Johnny's shot and wounded numbers went from 1 to 3.
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  • Whenever someone falls to the ground, the same sound effect is used, regardless of if they fell off a horse or while hiding behind a rock.
  • Johnny quit his job as deputy three times during the series run. The first time was when he thought his biological father might have been an outlaw. The second time was when he thought Dan…
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    Johnny quit his job as deputy three times during the series run. The first time was when he thought his biological father might have been an outlaw. The second time was when he thought Dan was trying to take credit for a kill that he made. The third time was after he shot a childhood friend, and didn't think he had the stomach for being a lawman anymore.
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