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TV Westerns Trivia 15

What do you know about Guns of Will Sonnett, Gunslinger, Hawkeye,
Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans, Hec Ramsey,
Here Comes the Bridges, and the High Chaparral 
?
Try this TV Westerns Trivia quiz.
You'll find the answers at the bottom of the page.

Guns of Will Sonnett
1. The Western starred Walter Brennan and Dack Rambo. The series lasted for two seasons between 1967-1969.
What was Walter's age when he began riding the range as Will Sonnett?

  • 54
  • 67
  • 73
  • 80

2. What was Will's signature line?

  • No brag, just fact
  • You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make 'm drink
  • A little, slow with the gun
  • I'll let Jeff take you

Gunslinger
3. Another of those short Western series. Actor Tony Young played the gunslinger. What was the character's name?

  • Cord
  • Zach
  • Billy
  • Scott

Hawkeye
4. After the success of the movie The Last of the Mohicans, Stephen J. Cannell produced this series about the famous James Fennimore Copperas characters.
Who played Hawkeye in the series?

  • Richard Boone
  • Rodney A. Grant
  • Fess Parker
  • Lee Horsley

5. Lynda Carter played the storeowner, Elizabeth Shields.

  • True or False?

6. Rodney A. Grant is best known for playing Geronimo in the movie by the same name.

  • True or False?

Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans
7. This is a series from the mid 1950�s. Only one season of 39 episodes were filmed. The series starred John Hart and Lon Chaney Jr. John Hart played another character for one season in the 1950s.
Who was it?

  • Hec Ramsey
  • Hawkeye Pierce
  • The Lone Ranger
  • Doc Morgan

Hec Ramsey
8. The show lasted two seasons from 1972 to 1974.  The 90-minute color series alternated with three other shows on NBC's Sunday Mystery Movie.
What show was NOT in the lineup?

  • Hec Ramsey
  • McCloud
  • Columbo
  • Hawaii 5-0

Here Comes the Bridges
9. Teen idol Bobby Sherman played Jeremy Bolt in the series.

  • True or False?

10. Veteran actress Joan Blondell played Elizbeth Shields, general store owner.

  • True or False?

11. David Soul played Joshua Bolt.
What TV series would he become a household name?

  • Man from UNCLE
  • Starsky and Hutch
  • Adam 12
  • Duke's of Hazard

The High Chaparral
12. This 1967 series last 4 years. It was shot almost entirely on location.
Where was the location?

  • Phoenix
  • Tucson
  • Corriganville
  • Simi Valley Ranch

13. Leif Erickson played Ben Dillon, U.S. Marshall.

  • True or False?

14. Linda Cristal played Leif's wife in the series.
What was her character's name?

  • Rachael
  • Olive
  • Victoria
  • Patti
Check Your Answers

TV Westerns Trivia 15
(Answers)

Guns of Will Sonnett

  • 1. 73 is correct.
  • 2. "No brag, just fact" is correct.

Gunslinger

  • 3. Cord is correct.

Hawkeye

  • 4.Lee Horsley is correct.
  • 5. True
  • 6. False? He is best known as Wind In His Hair in "Dances with Wolves."  He played Mangos but not Geronimo.

Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans

  • 7. The Lone Ranger is correct.

Hec Ramsey

  • 8. Hawaii 5-0 is correct.

Here Comes the Bridges

  • 9. True
  • 10. False? Her character was Lottie Hatfield, local saloon owner.
  • 11. Starsky and Hutch is correct.

The High Chaparral

  • 12. Tucson is correct.
  • 13. False? Leif played John Cannon, owner of the High Chaparral.
  • 14. Victoria is correct.
 
 
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