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TV Westerns

Based on the description, name the classic Western television show.
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Last updated: April 30, 2012
First submittedApril 30, 2012
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Longest-running Western ever, that began on the radio in 1952.
The Cartwright family helps their neighbors near the Ponderosa ranch.
An endless cattle drive to Sedalia, Kansas, starring Clint Eastwood.
Victoria Barkley heads a ranch and family in 1870s California.
The Big Valley
James Drury starred in this show based on an Owen Wister novel.
The Virginian
A post-Civil War wagon trek from Missouri to California.
Wagon Train
Features fast-talking gambler Bret Maverick and his dapper brother Bart.
A widower wields a customized Winchester rifle.
The Rifleman
Based on the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, this shows focuses on family values.
Little House on the Prairie
Two US Secret Service agents battle Old West supervillains.
The Wild Wild West
A Civil War veteran is a bounty hunter in 1870s Old West.
Wanted Dead or Alive
Stories and legends based on Death Valley, once hosted by Ronald Reagan.
Death Valley Days
Nick Adams plays a Confederate Army private who roams the wild west.
The Rebel
90-minute weekly series set in the Oklahoma Panhandle in 1888.
Cimarron Strip
Dan Troop acts as marshal for Laramie, Wyoming, with his young deputy Johnny McKay.
A correspondence-school law graduate travels west to seek his fortune.
Texas Ranger Hoby Gilman hunts criminals in the Old West.
The adventures of a masked hero and his Native American sidekick.
The Lone Ranger
Based loosely on historical fact, Marshal Earp upholds the law in Kansas and Arizona.
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
A more recent series that features a female doctor in a small western town.
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
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