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McCloud

A television series that was loosely based on a 1968 Clint Eastwood Movie titled "Coogan's Bluff. Dennis Weaver starred as Marshal Sam McCloud of Taos New Mexico. He is on temporary assignment with the New York City Police Department. New York City is the open range for our hero and he also gets a lot of heat from the cantankerous Chief Peter B. Cl

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07x06 McCloud Meets Dracula Aired: Apr. 17, 1977

Murder victims are found to be drained of blood, and an elderly star of vampire films is suspected; Chief Clifford is on the hunt for a random …

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McCloud is Canceled/Ended
The show had 7 seasons and 46 episodes air between 1970 and 1977.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Sep. 16, 1970
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
120 min.
Aired:
1970 - 1977
To-Date:
7 Seasons
46 Episodes
Network
NBC TV Network
Genre

Series Fun Facts

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  • The 1970-1971 television series, "Four-In-One" (1970), rotated four separate shows: Rod Serling's "Night Gallery" (1969), McCloud, San Francisco International Airport and "The Psychiatrist"…
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    The 1970-1971 television series, "Four-In-One" (1970), rotated four separate shows: Rod Serling's "Night Gallery" (1969), McCloud, San Francisco International Airport and "The Psychiatrist" (1970). Two series were renewed for the 1971-1972 season, with "McCloud" becoming the most popular and longest running.
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  • For the first two seasons, music (including the theme) was composed by David Shire in a strongly country-music fashion. During the third season, there was no regular composer, with four…
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    For the first two seasons, music (including the theme) was composed by David Shire in a strongly country-music fashion. During the third season, there was no regular composer, with four different closing themes used in five episodes. The main title theme used in most openings and all closings from "Butch Cassidy Rides Again" (episode 4.1) was never given screen credit, but its resemblance to other scores in the fourth season suggests that Frank De Vol (My Three Sons, The Brady Bunch, Fernwood 2Night) composed all or most of the theme. The theme is somewhat similar in a driving beat to others which series producer Glen A. Larson composed for later series such as Switch and Sword of Justice.
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