Cimarron City Western TV show episodes free online starring George Montgomery.
Cimarron City is an American Western television series, starring George Montgomery as Matt Rockford and John Smith as Lane Temple, that aired on NBC from October 11, 1958 until April 4, 1959. The name “Cimarron City” refers to a boom town in Logan County north of Oklahoma City, rich in oil and gold which aspires to become the capital of the future state of Oklahoma, created in 1907. Matthew Rockford is the son of the founder of Cimarron City as well as the mayor and an area cattle rancher. Lane Temple, the blacksmith, serves also as the deputy sheriff. He maintains the law amid all of crooked schemes concocted in Cimarron City.
Audrey Totter played Beth Purcell, the owner of the boarding house. The episodes were supposed to rotate equally among Montgomery, Smith, and Totter. The writers, however, did not give Totter enough of the leads as promised, and she left the series. Cimarron City also featured Dan Blocker in his pre-Bonanza role as Tiny Carl Budinger, cast after the airing of the second episode as one of Rockford’s ranch hands.
George Montgomery …. Matt Rockford, Mayor
John Smith …. Deputy Lane Temple
Audrey Totter …. Beth Purcell
Dan Blocker …. Tiny Carl Budinger
Wally Brown …. Jed Fame
Claire Carleton …. Alice Purdy
Pete Dunn …. Dody Hamer
George Dunn…. Jesse Williams
Tom Fadden …. Silas Perry
Stuart Randall …. Sheriff Art Sampson, later on Laramie with John Smith from 1961 to 1963
Addison Richards …. Martin Kingsley
Fred Sherman …. Burt Purdy
Frank Bank (uncredited)
J. Carrol Naish
Jason Robards, Sr.
Lee Van Cleef
Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cimarron_City_(TV_series)
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