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View Poll Results: Which show is best??
Bonanza 3 16.67%
Gunsmoke 11 61.11%
Have Gun Will Travel 3 16.67%
None of The Above 1 5.56%
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Old 10-31-2011, 11:51 AM   #16
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Between those three shows,Gunsmoke is my favorite,but only the black and white episodes,and the first couple of seasons of the color episodes.And for anyone who has never seen the black and white episodes--you've never really seen Gunsmoke,or at least Gunsmoke at it's best.
I've been watching the half hour Gunsmoke episodes the last few weekends. They're really good. It's the first time I've seen any of them besides the pilot.
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:11 PM   #17
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Gunsmoke, the black and white episodes with Chester, HANDS DOWN
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:27 PM   #18
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Here are my favorite western series:

1. Bonanza
2. The Big Valley
3. Gunsmoke (both the Chester and Festus eras)
4. The Lone Ranger
5. Bat Masterson
6. Stagecoach West
7. The Rifleman

I'm also a Daniel Boone fan, though it's an 18th century frontier series unlike westerns set in the 19th or later.
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Old 03-02-2012, 12:14 AM   #19
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I voted for Gunsmoke, although I really like Bonanza. I liked the way Festus and Doc picked at one another, I thought they were great working together.
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I love them all (also Maverick, Cheyenne and Rifleman), but I voted for Bonanza, probably because it's the non-kiddie western that I've loved my whole life. A bit of nostalgia swayed the vote.
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Old 03-02-2012, 04:10 PM   #21
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I voted for Have Gun Will Travel. Richard Boon'e Paladin was the full package. IMO the writing for the show was at a higher level than Gunsmoke or Bonanza.
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Old 03-09-2012, 04:21 AM   #22
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Gunsmoke! I also like The High Chaparral (sp)
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Gunsmoke is OK but only the older episodes. The more recent are not good.
I watched Bonanza as a kid but these days I find it totally unwatchable and fake looking.
Of the three I prefer Have Gun Will Travel. It has the best theme song sung by Johnny Western.

The Rifleman is my favorite western. I would like to watch some episodes of The Rebel cause I watched it years ago but can't recall anything but the theme song.

I also liked Texas John Slaughter and El Faygo Baca from Walt Disney and would like to watch them today for a new eval.

Spin and Marty wasn't a western but was on a ranch and I could watch those everyday and twice a day if Annette was on
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I voted for Have Gun Will Travel. Richard Boon'e Paladin was the full package. IMO the writing for the show was at a higher level than Gunsmoke or Bonanza.

I concur
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I concur
I never saw Have Gun will Travel and I've seen some of Gunsmoke. So my answer is Bonanza.
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Gunsmoke, I can't get into Bonanza and I have never seen Have Gun Will Travel
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I'm sure all you Gunsmoke fans know Festus has a great voice. Here is a clip of him crooning on a 1960 episode of Have Gun Will Travel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tuCJU_1-M8
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Gunsmoke, the black and white episodes with Chester, HANDS DOWN

Totally agree! That rename it to Matt Dillon.

I like the tightness of the plot and the half hour length. Plus, James Arness gets to do a voice over in the beginning and end of each episode.
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Gunsmoke, I can't get into Bonanza and I have never seen Have Gun Will Travel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KiiyjpsFwc



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOE_lAqGH6c
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