Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 05, 1958
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network
Genre

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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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The show had 4 seasons and 156 episodes air between 1958 and 1962.

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  • In Season 2, Dan was injured a total of 3 times and shot 4 times (including one graze). Johnny was injured 6 times and shot 3 times (including one graze). Dan shot and injured 2 people, and…
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    In Season 2, Dan was injured a total of 3 times and shot 4 times (including one graze). Johnny was injured 6 times and shot 3 times (including one graze). Dan shot and injured 2 people, and shot and killed 22. Johnny shot and injured 1 person and shot and killed 10. Dan's more unusual injuries include stepping in a wolf trap and being bitten by a child. The most people shot and killed by Dan and Johnny in one episode in Season 2 were 4, in "Lawman" (1958) {To Capture the West (#2.18)}.
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  • Johnny's parents were killed when he was only ten years old. He was raised by two separate family friends that he referred to as "uncles." Uncle Jess was portrayed by Edgar Buchanan. Uncle…
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    Johnny's parents were killed when he was only ten years old. He was raised by two separate family friends that he referred to as "uncles." Uncle Jess was portrayed by Edgar Buchanan. Uncle Joe was portrayed by Frank Ferguson.
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  • One of the writers listed in the credits is "W. Hermanos," which is a code that meant the script was recycled from another series. W. Hermanos is a Spanish takeoff of the name Warner…
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    One of the writers listed in the credits is "W. Hermanos," which is a code that meant the script was recycled from another series. W. Hermanos is a Spanish takeoff of the name Warner Brothers.
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