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"Cheyenne" Winchester Quarantine (TV Episode 1961) - IMDb

Directed by Paul Landres. With Clint Walker, Susan Cummings, Ross Elliott, Denver Pyle. When his herd is wiped out by Texas Fever, Cheyenne is asked by a beautiful woman to help push her herd which carries the fever through a quarantine. He soon realizes she has other plans for him nor does want to infect more cattle.

"Have Gun - Will Travel" Winchester Quarantine (TV Episode ...

"Winchester Quarantine" was adapted by Ann Doud for the Have Gun - Will Travel radio program broadcast February 22, 1959. John Dehner played Paladin and was joined by Lawrence Dobkin, Harry Bartell, Joseph Kearns, and Barney Phillips. While the bulk of Herb Meadows' plot and dialogue were retained, numerous details of the story were changed.

Have Gun - Will Travel ~ S01 E04 ~ Winchester Quarantine ~ 1957 ~ Full Episode

When the man in black chooses to aid a tormented Cherokee ranch owner, his actions lead to questions of which side he's really on. Have Gun - Will Travel (1957 - 1963) Season 1 : Episode 4 ~ Full ...

Paladin: Winchester Quarantine (Have Gun, Will Travel) (1959 radio)

Paladin returns and comes to the aid of a Cherokee man who has been victimized by his Indian-hating neighbors. John Dehner stars as Paladin, with Lawernce Dobkin, Lillian Buyeff, Edgar Barrier ...

WINCHESTER QUARANTINE | The Handbook of Texas Online ...

WINCHESTER QUARANTINE.The so-called Winchester Quarantine was an extralegal device instigated in the early 1880s by Panhandle ranchers to stop the northward movement of cattle that might be infested with disease-carrying cattle ticks. At that time many Panhandle herds were being decimated by Texas fever carried by these ticks, which were spread by cattle driven up from South Texas.

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