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Wanted: Dead or Alive

What do you know about Wanted: Dead or Alive? Take this quick FUN TV Westerns Hall of Fame Trivia. "Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

Western Movies Trivia Q&A.  Trivia powered by ABE.1) Steve McQueen played bounty hunter Josh Randall.  The series was followed by a 1987 movie sequel, Wanted: Dead or Alive, Nick Randall was Josh Randall's grandson.  Who played Nick Randall?

  • Rutger Hauer
  • Harrison Ford
  • John Montgomery
  • Kevin Tighes

2. How many seasons did the series run?

  • 3 seasons
  • 6 seasons
  • 7 seasons
  • 9 seasons

3. What is Randall's unique weapon?

  • Mare's Leg
  • Sawed-off Shotgun
  • 16-inch barrel Colt .45
  • Harriman Sword

4. Who produced the series?

  • Four Star Television
  • Imagine Television
  • ITV Television
  • GOTV

5. The production was owned by several movie stars.  Who was NOT one of the principals?

  • Ida Lupino
  • Dick Powell
  • Bob Hope
  • David Niven

6. Steve McQueen was hired after Jack H. Harris, who was producing The Blob (1958) gave him a glowing reference.

  • True or False?

7. Steve McQueen's characterization of a sympathetic bounty hunter was first tested in an episode of the Western series, The Rifleman which starred Chuck Conners as Lucas McCain.

  • True or False?

8. How many 30 minute episodes were filmed?

  • 36
  • 74
  • 94
  • 127

9. Who from The Magnificent Seven cast played on Wanted: Dead or Alive?

  • James Coburn
  • Warren Oates
  • James Best
  • Buck Taylor

10. What was the date Wanted: Dead or Alive first aired on CBS-TV?

  • September 5, 1957
  • September 6, 1958
  • September 7, 1959
  • September 8, 1960

Wanted: Dead or Alive (Answers)

  1. Rutger Hauer
  2. 3 seasons
  3. Mare's Leg
  4. Four Star Television
  5. Bob Hope
  6. True
  7. False, it was Trackdown, which starred Robert Culp as a Texas Ranger.
  8. 94
  9. James Coburn
  10. September 6, 1958

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