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The Over-the-Hill Gang

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(ABC, 10/7/1969, 90 mins). In this comedy Western, a retired Texas Ranger and three aged pals help to clean up a town run by a crooked mayor, a drunken judge and a trigger-happy sheriff. This marked the TV-movie debuts of both Rick Nelson and Gypsy Rose Lee, and it was the latter’s farewell acting appearance.

Production Company Thomas-Spelling Productions. Director Jean Yarbrough. Executive Producers Aaron Spelling, Danny Thomas. Producer Shelley Hull. Teleplay Jameson Brewer. Photography Henry Cronjager. Music Hugo Friedhofer. Editor Joe Gluck. Art Director Paul Sylos.

Cast Pat O’Brien (Capt. Oren Hayes), Walter Brennan (Nash Crawford), Chill Wills (Gentleman George Agnew), Edgar Buchanan (Jason Finch), Gypsy Rose Lee (Cassie), Andy Devine (Judge Amos Polk), Jack Elam (Sheriff Clyde Barnes), Edward Andrews (Mayor Nard Lundy), Rick Nelson (Jeff Rose), Kris Nelson (Hannah Rose), William Smith (Lafe Jordan), Myron Healey (Deputy Tucker), Burt Mustin (Old folks home resident), Almira Sessions (Old folks home resident), Robert Karnes (Sheriff Frank), William Benedict (Telegrapher), Guy Wilkerson (Henry the Liveryman), Dennis Cross (Sheriff), Bruce Glover (Deputy), Lillian Bronson (Mrs. Louise Murphy), Don Wilbanks (Big Red Connors), Allen Pinson (Amos), Maggie Peterson (Ellie Crawford).

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