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    Bonanza was a term used a lot by miners when they hit a large vein of whatever they were mining. The series took place in Nevada where the famous Comstock Lode was.





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    Don't forget Gunsmoke, The Rifleman, Bat Masterson, Death Valley Days, Paladin, and the good old Wild Wild West....fun stuff...oh Skyking ok that one is a stretch

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    And the name of the ranch was the Ponderosa.

    Tom (... from out of the blue of a western sky... oh, wait. Wrong show.)

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    Now I'm going to be humming the Bonanza theme all night!
    I watched nearly all of the shows mentioned so far.
    I hope Disney make a good job of the Lone Ranger.
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    Arrrgggghhhh....

    All this talk reminded me of another one! How bout:

    Wanted! Dead or Alive.

    starring none other than Steve McQueen.

    but Bat Masterson starring Gene Barry was one of my favorites!

    Tom (... so many old westerns!)

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    Gene Barry, haven't heard that name for a long time. We're showing our age now......
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    Quote Originally Posted by MystikPiglit, post: 274236
    Gene Barry, haven't heard that name for a long time. We're showing our age now......

    Age, heck, that is just a number.





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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher
    om (... so many old westerns!)
    Kind of makes you long for the gold old days doesn't it Tom?





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 274245
    Kind of makes you long for the gold old days doesn't it Tom?
    It really does John. Seems like back then, while there were only two or three channels that we got on our aerial, there was always something worth watching on. Whether it was the old Westerns like these, or "The Ed Sullivan Show", "The Carol Burnett Show", "The Gary Moore Show" or even the old sitcoms like "Leave it to Beaver", "McHales Navy", or "My Favorite Martian", there was always something to watch.

    Nowadays I get 350 cable channels, have a Tivo to record things with and, with very few exceptions, there's still nothing worth watching on.

    Tom (... waxing nostalgic...)

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