Oct. 04, 1959
30 min.
ABC TV Network

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The Rebel

The Rebel TV show was a 30 minute action series on ABC about an ex-confederate soldier who wandered the old west after the end of the civil war. He was tough in a day when one had to be tough. He also helped people who were being endangered by carpetbaggers, gunslingers, etc.

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02x40 The Executioner Aired: Jun. 18, 1961

A Native American chief kidnaps three white hostages in reprisal for the deaths of two of his braves. He then forces Johnny to choose the two …

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The show had 2 seasons and 76 episodes air between 1959 and 1961.

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  • Johnny Cash sang the theme song. Nick Adams wanted his good friend, Elvis Presley, to sing the song but the producers preferred Cash.
  • In spite of being cast as a former Confederate soldier, Nick Adams never made any attempt to speak with a southern accent or even to moderate his natural and rather pronounced New England accent.
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