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And Wishbone, formerly blustering as lovably cantankerous mostly toward Mushy, was cast adrift as a bully flaying everyone in sight with pointless jibes.

De Forest, cattle drive, celebrity, Charles Marquis Warren, Clint Eastwood, drovers, Eric Fleming, Gil Favor, Gunsmoke, Hey Soos, James Murdock, Joe Scarlett, John Hart, John Ireland, Mushy, Paul Brinegar, Pete Nolan, Quince, Raymond St Jacques, Robert Cabal, Rowdy Yates, Sedalia, Sheb Wooley, Steve Raines, Ted Post, Texas Longhorns, trail drive, tv review, Wishbone Today maybe this western television series — filmed through its seven-year run (1959-66) in black and white — is best remembered for its theme song, and not even for its classic rendition by Frankie Laine but by nonsingers Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi of (1980).

The series was created by Charles Marquis “Bill” Warren, a writer who had begun in the business with MGM.

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Eric Fleming (33 when filming started) and Eastwood (28) dominated as the trail boss and his ramrod respectively, often alternating, though the older man commanded the screen as well as the drovers.

Eric Fleming said, leaving after the 1964-65 series, the producers had let him go because he was costing them a million dollars a year — the same, record fee that Elizabeth Taylor had recently earned for , that took two years to film: good indication of Fleming’s centrality and appeal to fans of the show.

For as long as he lasted, Gil Favor’s “Head ’em up! ” was an icon and probably the widest known feature of the series apart from its evergreen theme written by Dimitri Tiomkin.

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In his eyes, packs of wolves, rogue bulls roaming solo, patent medicine pedlars and travelling entertainment shows of Gypsies were never quite what they seemed, allowing for interpretation by the supernaturally inclined — much to the taste of the drovers but the constant derision of ever tough, level-headed trail boss Gil Favor.