A western that I had never seen before

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  1. bigbonner

    bigbonner 12 pointer

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    I was watching Youtube on my PC a couple days ago and ran across a western that I have never seen . It is a series and my wife loves it . We have watched 7 so far and has no commercials. We watch it on our big TV .
    The Guns of Will Sonnett

     
  2. JR PORTER

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    I've heard the name but don't believe I've ever seen it.
     
  3. 1wildcatfan

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    I remember watching it.
     
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  4. GTbowhunter

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    Just watched episode one. Seems really good!!! Thank you op.
     
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  5. davers

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    I remember this TV Western from back in the late '70's. Remember the "catch word" on that show was: "No Brag...Just Fact"
     
  6. Feedman

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  7. xbokilla

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    Can’t remember much about it but seems I watched it years ago or a few episodes. It was before my time so can’t remember how I saw it.
     
  8. Drahts

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    Seen em several times! Good series! Good Find BB!
     
  9. bigbonner

    bigbonner 12 pointer

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    I missed out on lots of things . We rarely had a TV that worked and you had to go out and turn the antenna to get the local station to come in .
     
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  10. 00noturkey

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    i had an b an w, when i adjusted the tuners, it would pick up in lexington or more. i was near louisville. only to figure out how that worked back then, seen many of star-trek episodes in b/w. some of the b movies, were the best, back then..
     
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  11. Drahts

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    We had the same thing. Pole sat outside my bedroom window. Dad would yell up at me doing my homework to move it to channel 11 or 13 or whatever. We had marks on the pole, you'd open the window (it never had a screen, the screen made it to hard to sneak out at night and goof off) hold the flashlight in your teeth and move the pole to the appropriate location for pop. One day at the dump dad was getting rid of stuff and I was digging thru stuff in the dumpster and found a rotor unit. Took it home, cleaned it up and got it working and put it on. No more frozen hands. Wish he was still around to hollar up the stairs for me to turn it.
     
  12. bigbonner

    bigbonner 12 pointer

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    Turn it a little more, now back a little , right there is ok . Rain storm and it blows the antenna pointing in the wrong direction again.
     
  13. bigbonner

    bigbonner 12 pointer

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    I don't think I had ever seen a color TV until I got Married.
    Kids now days would not know what to do with the old TV's . Having to get up turn the on nob and adjust the sound . Then having to turn a nob to find maybe 1 of 3 channels. They would not know what to do when you have to wait until all the little tubes lite up and then get a picture.
     
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  14. Brody

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    Been there done that
     
  15. HuntressOfLight

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    I watched old westerns on Grit TV last night but do not recall the names of the movies. Watched Dr. Pimple Popper earlier within the week funding it much more interesting.
     

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