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Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid

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(ABC, 5/26/1978, 120 mins). Comedy Western about a turn-of-the-century lady investigator who goes to the wide-open spaces to capture a gang of outlaws headed by a charming Robin Hood of the plains, leading a band of dispossessed ranchers against a stuffy English land baron who has cheated them out of their property.

Production Company Aaron Spelling Productions. Director Burt Kennedy. Executive Producers Aaron Spelling, Douglas S. Cramer. Producer Richard E. Lyons. Supervising Producer E. Duke Vincent. Teleplay William Bowers. Photography Lamar Boren. Music Jeff Alexander. Supervising Editor Michael S. McLean. Editor Jack Harnish. Art Directors Alfeo Bocchicchio, Paul Sylos. Associate Producer Shelley Hull.

Cast Suzanne Pleshette (Kate Bliss), Don Meredith (Clint Allison), Harry Morgan (Hugo Peavey), David Huddleston (The Sheriff), Tony Randall (Lord Seymour Devery), Burgess Meredith (William Blackstone), Buck Taylor (Joe), Jerry Hardin (Bud Dozier), Gene Evans (Fred Williker), Don Collier (Tim), Alice Hirson (Beth Dozier), Harry Carey Jr. (Deputy Luke), Don ‘Red’ Barry (Devery’s foreman), Richard Herd (Donovan), James Brewer (Ben), Blair Burrows (Tad), Peggy Rea (Woman on train), George Dunn (Jim Haggerty), Alice Backes (Miss Grantland), John Wheeler (Telegraph operator), Ned Wertimer (Preacher), Alvy Moore (Room clerk), John Hart (Jake Terry), John Pickard (Governor), Bill Smillie (Male passenger), Mike Wagner (Bank manager), Deborah Blanchette (Woman in office), John Lone (Houseman), Steven M. Gagnon (Man in office), Mira Martinez (Maid), Courtney Pledger (2nd woman in office).

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