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64.1%
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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

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.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 20, 1955

Also Known As: Cheyenne, Шайеннシャイアン, Le avventure di Cheyenne Bill |  See more »

Parents Guide: Norway (7), United States (TV-G)

Genres

Plot Keywords

frontier
western usa
frontier justice
native american tribe

Company Credits

Production Co: Warner Bros. Television

CastSee full cast »

Malcolm Atterbury
as Armstrong
Bonnie Bolding
as Lynne Ellis
Carol Henry
as Ford/Townsman
Frank Marlowe
as Bartender
Anne Whitfield
as Johnny Dembro/Nita
Ray Flynn
as Brian Stagge
Stacy Keach Sr.
as Brad Caldwell/Dutchman/Sergeant O'Bannion
Pete Kellett
as Deputy
Marshall Bradford
as Doctor/McKay
Will J. White
as Colter
Ray Stricklyn
as Billy the Kid
Paul Mantee
as Jimmy/Johnny Crow
Madlyn Rhue
as Ellen Lassiter
Jil Jarmyn
as Francy Wilcox
Julian Rivero
as Padre Juan

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1955 | 15 Episodes

Season 2

1956 | 20 Episodes

Season 3

1957 | 20 Episodes

Season 4

1959 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

1960 | 13 Episodes

Season 6

1961 | 14 Episodes

Season 7

1962 | 13 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & Nominations

Golden Globe 1957

Nominee

Winner

Golden Globe

Television Achievement

Primetime Emmy 1957

Nominee

Primetime Emmy

Best Editing of a Film for Television

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