AN APPEAL TO OUR VIEWERS. Last night August 21, 2014 our YouTube Channel - westernsontheweb - was terminated! Not because we had broken any laws! We are always very careful not to violate the laws or the rules! Our channel was flagged as violating YouTube Community Guidelines. The video that was singled out was simply a video inviting people to come to Westerns On The Web and watch the Harry Carey movie LAST OF THE CLINTONS. We have the rights to post that movie! We truly believe the suspension of our YouTube account was in error. Lately we have been attacked by some who may not like what we are doing for some reason or other. Maybe they hate westerns! I would like to ask those of you who enjoy the westerns to contact YouTube and ask them to please reinstate our youtube channel westernsontheweb. We have not violated any copyrights! That is not the issue. We have a claim that some of our videos are spam. I really believe this is an error and am trying to resolve this with youtube. Westernsontheweb channel on YouTube has over 17,000 subscribers and over 4,000,000 views. So this is a bit disturbing. I really do thank all of you who will take the time to do this on our behalf. Here is the only email address I have found for YouTube so far - press@youtube.com and here is their mailing address and phone # YouTube, LLC 901 Cherry Ave. San Bruno, CA 94066 USA 1 (650) 253-0000 PS - Some of our videos are down on the website and we will do our best to get them up and running again. THANK YOU ALL AGAIN FOR WATCHING WESTERNS ON THE WEB. Bob Terry

The Texan Western TV shows free online

Watch The Texan Starring Rory Calhoun for free .
The Texan is a Western television series starring popular B movie actor Rory Calhoun, which aired on the CBS television network from 1958 to 1960. In The Texan, Calhoun played Bill Longley, a Confederate captain from the American Civil War, who roams the American West to help people in need. Often the plot would center around Longley helping an old friend or a relative of an old friend. He was known by reputation as a fearsome gunfighter.
The fictitious Bill Longley of The Texan was in no way the real Bill Longley, an outlaw hanged in 1878 in Giddings in Lee County, Texas.
Calhoun formed Rorvic Productions with Victor Orsatti to co-produce The Texan in partnership with Desilu Productions, the production company founded by Lucille Ball and her first husband, Desi Arnaz, Sr.
The Texan ran for only two seasons. In the second half of the second season, it was preceded on the CBS schedule by Kate Smith’s return to network television, her unsuccessful The Kate Smith Show. The first season, sponsored by Viceroy, was the better because in the second season, the network reused some of the material and footage from the first season. After the 79-episode run, Calhoun returned to starring and co-starring in “B” Westerns, and making occasional television appearances. Louis L’Amour wrote teleplays for several episodes.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Texan_(TV_series)

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3 Responses to The Texan Western TV shows free online

  1. Dee says:

    Great to see Rory in action again. He had a close Australian tie, married to an Aussie girl, and in this episode Micheal Pate (Known down under as the great Australian Indian) a well known actor in Aussie Land, and American Westerns, including some with the “Duke”.
    Cheers,
    Dee.

  2. evelyn james says:

    i e njoy all the westerns to see. u do alot of waiting for the movie w.u cant go back if u have sa..w one

    • wildwesttoys says:

      Sometimes depending on your connection and other factors it may take the movie a little while to buffer . Sometimes when I want to watch one I will click on the movie then click pause . I will then go get a cup of coffee and when I come back it has usually buffered enough where it will play and not stop later buffering more . Thanks for watching . Bob

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