Debuting in 1955, "Cheyenne" made history as television's first hourlong western and introduced brawny actor Clint Walker to the world as the jack-of-all-trades loner Cheyenne Brodie. Raised by an American Indian tribe after the death of his parents, the physically imposing Cheyenne calls upon the many skills learned from his past as he wanders the Old West, finding action and adventure at every turn. Like many other productions during the Golden Age of Television, "Cheyenne" had its share of guest stars who would later become famous in their own right, including Rod Taylor, Dennis Hopper, George Kennedy, James Garner, Richard Crenna and Michael Landon.
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Cheyenne turns down the job of top hand for rancher Ben Gentry but finds two more offers awaiting him for the same job.
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Cheyenne meets a professional killer named Preacher in a saloon.
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Cheyenne faces an angry town and a dangerous gunman to save the life of an old friend.
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Cheyenne drives the afternoon stage into Lead City with mysterious Señor Beloze.
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Cheyenne rides into trouble on the streets of Vera Cruz during Emperor Maximilian's reign of Mexico.
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Ben Creed (Robert Wilke) plots a staged robbery of Cheyenne so he can regain the foreman's loyalty.
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Cheyenne assumes the identity of the actor Merritt to catch the leader of a band of thieves.
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Cheyenne saves a schoolteacher from three vengeful brothers.
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Indians go on the warpath when a newspaper woman decides to interview Chief Sitting Bull.
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Unwittingly, Cheyenne plays a part in a bank robbery.
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Cheyenne finds that an infant boy is the only survivor of a stagecoach robbery.
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Cheyenne takes ownership of the livery stable as a collected debt.
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As he leads his lame horse into a clearing, Cheyenne gets shot.
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Cheyenne tangles with a killer whose sister is the girl he loves.
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Cheyenne rides into Crowheart carrying a dead man he found along the trail.
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Cheyenne helps an honest newspaper in a fight against a crooked man.
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While panning gold, Morgan Trude shoots Cheyenne, thinking he is going to rob him.
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Cheyenne must get a herd of horses to a desolate cavalry base.
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Cheyenne is suspected of being a member of the Ellwood gang.
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Cheyenne takes an old mill train home.
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The corrupt sheriff of Stagge City jails Cheyenne on charges of vagrancy.
The Maverick boys - Bret, Bart, Beau and Brent - are a clan of well-dressed dandies, gamblers who'd much rather make their money playing cards than messing up their fine clothing with actual work. Sly and clever, none of the Mavericks are much for acts of derring do, but they can be courageous when the situation calls for it. Most often, however, they live by their wits and considerable charm.
Marshal Matt Dillon (then-newcomer James Arness) tries to prevent lawlessness from overtaking Dodge City, Kansas. Helping to keep him grounded are saloon proprietor Miss Kitty Russell and Doc Adams. The television series grew out of the long-running radio serial of the same name, although for a short time they were both on the airwaves.