Neville Brand played a former Union Army officer who came to the Rangers with something of a checkered past, which amused his younger partners. Riley, a gentle soul by nature, had been raised by Indians and so was the best tracker. Cooper was from New Orleans and had the reputation of a fast gun, although not as a gunfighter.
Tall, blond and ruggedly handsome Philip Carey started out as a standard 1950s film actor of rugged ...
Captain Parmalee was a demanding father figure who kept the ne'er-do-well Laredo Rangers in line. He was clever enough to figure out most of their schemes but usually willing to look the other way when things turned out for the best. A stereotypical tough but fair leader, he was not precisely strait-laced. He had a fondness for good “sippin whiskey” of which he kept a private stock (although only for off-duty indulgence). In several episodes, he ended up with the lady while his Rangers were assigned stable duty or some other onerous task.
Capt. Edward Parmalee Photos
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