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Sugarfoot

Monday, June 03, 2019

Sugarfoot, 1957-61. Part of a rotating trio of Westerns (Cheyenne & Bronco will appear on a later date!) Correspondence school grad Tom Brewster leaves Arkansas to become a lawyer in the Oklahoma territory. Somehow, he became the sherif (?)What’s worse than being a “Tenderfoot”? A “Sugarfoot” is 2 steps lower



Sugarfoot, Sugarfoot, easy lopin', cattle ropin' Sugarfoot,
Carefree as the tumbleweeds, ajoggin' along with a heart full of song
And a rifle and a volume of the law.



Sugarfoot, Sugarfoot, never underestimate a Sugarfoot,
Once you got his dander up, ain't no one who's quicker on the draw.



You'll find him on the side of law and order,
From the Mexicali border, to the rolling hills of Arkansas



Sugarfoot, Sugarfoot, easy lopin', cattle ropin' Sugarfoot,
Ridin' down to cattle town, a-joggin' a-long with a heart full of song
And a rifle and a volume of the law




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Gunsmoke, 1955-75. Marshall Matt Dillon in Dodge City, Kansas



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Bonanza, 1959-73. Ben Cartwright and his 3 sons in Virginia City, Nevada. Anybody notice his sons had different mothers? Ben was a little hard on his wives. Oh, and the clothes they wore? Nearly always the same. This was so if they needed a shot of Little Joe riding across a field, they could pull stock film and he’d be wearing his green jacket and on his pinto.



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Little House on the Prairie, based on Laura Ingall Wilder’s books. 1974-82. Little Joe grew up, changed his name to Charles Ingalls, and moved to the prairie with his family



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