Cimarron Strip (1967–1968)
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The Last Wolf 

When a band of wolf hunters, whose very success has put them out of business, are becoming a problem for the settlers of the Cimarron Strip. Broke and hungry, they resort to killing cattle ... See full summary »

Director:

Bernard McEveety

Writers:

Christopher Knopf (developer), Preston Wood
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stuart Whitman ... Marshal Jim Crown
Percy Herbert ... MacGregor
Randy Boone ... Francis
Jill Townsend ... Dulcey
Albert Salmi ... Sam Gallatin
Robert J. Wilke ... Hardy Miller (as Robert Wilke)
Morgan Woodward ... Bill Henderson
Denver Pyle ... Charley Austin
Tom Reese ... Pete Spurber
Stanley Clements ... Kiowa Kid
Laurie Mock ... Mary Varner
Lane Bradford ... Brom
Read Morgan ... Jess Daley
Gil Perkins ... Swede
Eddie Firestone ... Crawford
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When a band of wolf hunters, whose very success has put them out of business, are becoming a problem for the settlers of the Cimarron Strip. Broke and hungry, they resort to killing cattle for sustenance. Marshal Crown offers them a section of land to homestead, but their leader, Sam Gallatin, believes that the life of an outlaw is preferable to that of a dirt farmer. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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[about the wolf hunters]
Carl Kersey: Well, they were here first.
Hardy Miller: So were a lot of other varmints.
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No place for the mountain men
30 March 2020 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

The Cimarron Strip is getting crowded, way to crowded for the first white folks who ever came there. That would be the mountain men, the remnants of folks like Jim Bridger and Kit Carson. They've been making a living lately killing off the wolves that feed on the cattle herds. But they've hunted them into extinction and now the men are a rowdy unhousebroken bunch.

Some know their time has gone. But others like Albert Salmi who unofficially leads the mountain men are too wild to settle down. He's who Stuart Whitman has to deal with and Whitman has a healthy respect for Salmi as a foe.

Some familiar western faces like Morgan Woodward, Robert J. Wilkie, Denver Pyle, and Stanley Clements are in this cast in this fine Cimarron Strip story.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 December 1967 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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