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Bearcats!

What do you know about Bearcats!? Try this Alan�s TV Westerns Trivia quiz. You�ll find the answers at the bottom of the page.

1) What was the TV movie that served as the pilot film for the series?

  • Powderkeg
  • Road Warriors
  • Power Force

2) Set in 1914, somewhat later historically than a traditional Western, the stories centered around the heroes' use of a 1914 Stutz Bearcat automobile.

  • True or False?

3) Who created the series?

  • Hannibal Heyes
  • Morton Fine
  • Douglas Heyes

4) What day did the series begin?

  • January 6, 1971
  • September 16, 1971
  • December 30, 1971

5) What network did Bearcats! originally run?

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • NBC

6) Who played Hank Brackett?

  • Rod Taylor
  • Richard Boone
  • James Garner

7) Michael Cole played Johnny Reach.

  • True or False?

8) Where was the TV series filmed?

  • Old Tucson Studio
  • Apacheland Studios
  • Old West Studios

9) The first episode was The Devil Wears Armor. The plot line was: Thieves steal an army tank and use it to start robbing banks along the Mexican border. Who played Jason Ryker?

  • Richard Carlson
  • John Russell
  • John Vernon

10) In the episode Man in a Cage: Hank and a candidate for governor are kidnapped, and Johnny is forced to rely on an ex-convict to help find them. John Anderson played Judge O'Brien.

  • True or False?

Bearcats! Answers

  1. Powderkeg
  2. True
  3. Douglas Heyes
  4. September 16, 1971
  5. CBS
  6. Rod Taylor
  7. False. Dennis Cole played Johnny Reach.
  8. Old Tucson Studio
  9. John Vernon
  10. True

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