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The Friday Western: The Sheepman

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starring Glenn Ford Shirley MacLaine with Leslie Nielsen Mickey Shaughnessy Edgar Buchanan
In the West no more violent hatreds existed than those between cattlemen and sheepmen. In this story Jason Sweet brings a flock of sheep into cattle country - and makes the cowmen like it! Glenn Ford as Jason doesn' believe in meeting trouble half way either - he goes out and finds it. His first move is to pick a fight with the toughest guy in town.
Director GEORGE MARSHALL
This Week's Films: Page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Ford
Unknown: Shirley MacLaine
Unknown: Leslie Nielsen
Unknown: Mickey Shaughnessy
Unknown: Edgar Buchanan
Unknown: Jason Sweet
Unknown: Glenn Ford
Director: George Marshall
Jason Sweet: Glenn Ford
Dell Payton: Shirley MacLaine:
Johnny Bledsoe (alias Col Stephen Bedford): Leslie Nielsen
Jumbo McCall: Mickey Shaughnessy
Milt Masters: Edgar Buchanan
Mr Payton: Willis Bouchey
ChoCta W: Pernell Roberts
Marshal: Slim Pickens
Red: Buzz Henry
Angelo: Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez

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The Friday Western: The Sheepman

BBC One London, 22 March 1974 18.50






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