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Cheyenne is an American western television series of 108 black-and-white episodes broadcast on ABC from 1955 to 1963. The show was the first hour-long western, and in fact the first hour-long dramatic series of any kind, with continuing characters, to last more than one season. It was also the first series to be made by a major Hollywood film studio which did not derive from its established film properties, and the first of a long chain of Warner Brothers original series produced by William T. Orr.

Genre: Western , Action & Adventure

Actor: Clint Walker , Clyde Howdy


Country: USA

Duration: 60 min

Quality: HD

Release: 1955

IMDb: 7.4

Season 2 - Cheyenne
"An Indian uprising results when reporter Fay Kirby tries to interview Sitting Bull."
"A bank robber that Cheyenne is bringing in, saves him when he's caught in a bear trap."
"The only survivor of a stage coach robbery is an infant boy. He is also the heir to a large land grant and someone else wants the land."
"Cheyenne takes over a livery stable in exchange for money he is owed. Then he finds out why he got it so cheap. A protection racket runs the town and Cheyenne faces a showdown with the leader when he refuses to pay."
"Cheyenne Bodie (Clint Walker) stops at a cabin for help with a lame horse, and is shot at. He soon ends up on the wrong side of a posse."
"While working as a small town sheriff Cheyenne falls for a girl who's father was a sheriff & her brother is a killer."
"Cheyenne rides into Crowheart carrying a dead man he found along the trail."
"Cheyenne helps an honest newspaper in a fight against a crooked man."
"While panning gold, Morgan Trude shoots Cheyenne, thinking he is going to rob him."
"Cheyenne must get a herd of horses to a desolate cavalry base."
"Cheyenne is suspected of being a member of the Ellwood gang."
"Cheyenne takes an old mill train home."
"Cheyenne rides into Stagge City (pop. 407) and is promptly arrested on a trumped-up charge of vagrancy. He's given a 90-day sentence which must be served by performing hard labor at the Stagge Silver Mine. From the other convict-workers at this mine, Cheyenne learns that even when his sentence has been served, excuses will be made to extend it indefinitely. Cheyenne also learns that Mr. Stagge, rendered mute by a stroke, has had his mine effectively stolen from him by a conniving woman named Iris Danner who was originally hired to teach Stagge's daughter, Virginia. Iris runs the mine with the support of gunslinger, Les Shore. By playing off Iris and Shore against each other, Cheyenne eventually frees himself and his fellow prisoners while returning control of the mine to Stagge and his daughter."
"Cheyenne is forced into a gunfight with the Laverson brothers, leaving two dead and one out for revenge."
"Cheyenne hunts wild horses."
"Cheyenne is sent by the Cattlemen's Association to stop a cattle rustling."
"Marshal Frank Moxon saves Cheyenne's life."
"Cheyenne and Hoot Hollister take the river boat to St. Louis for a night on the town."
"Cheyenne waits out a winter with a cattle drive."
"Murder enters the dealings when Cheyenne gets involved with a charming swindler on a cattle drive."
Season 1 - Cheyenne