The Star and the Story / The Man who was Dead

Everybody knows Chuck Connors for his role as Lucas McCain in "The Rifleman." He also did so many other things. He was good at no matter what he did! Besides The Rifleman what else have you enjoyed seeing Chuck in?
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The Star and the Story / The Man who was Dead

Post by cowgirl » Mon May 15, 2017 1:49 pm

cowgirl:51218 wrote:Anybody ever see this?

I was going through my collection and came accross this episode - The Man Who was Dead 1955

Thomas Mitchell ....... Alistair Reeks-Machrihanish
Chuck Connors ......... Harry Frazier
Kathryn Card .......... Mrs. Machrihanish
Hugh Sanders .......... Dr. Crane
Don Megowan ........... K.O. Kranton
Don Shelton ........... Mr. Kirk

Synopsis:
After his funeral, a man returns from the dead to bring help to the living.
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"The Rifleman hits the 'Mark' every week on abc."
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Post by cowgirl » Mon May 15, 2017 1:50 pm

TVFan:51262 wrote:I've never seen it, but it sounds interesting.  Is Chuck's character the one who returns from the dead?
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Re: The Star and the Story / The Man who was Dead

Post by cowgirl » Mon May 15, 2017 1:50 pm

cowgirl:51264 wrote:
I've never seen it, but it sounds interesting.  Is Chuck's character the one who returns from the dead?
I don't want to give anything away so I won't tell ya'   :wink:

This man is not an ordinarily dead man, the matter in which he dies and the events that follow prove highly unusual.
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Re: The Star and the Story / The Man who was Dead

Post by cowgirl » Mon May 15, 2017 1:50 pm

TVFan:52423 wrote:This one was cute but corny.  I was reading up on Don Megowan (K.O. in this), and found an interesting interview with his daughter.
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Re: The Star and the Story / The Man who was Dead

Post by cowgirl » Mon May 15, 2017 1:50 pm

cowgirl:52424 wrote:Thanks for the interview. I really enjoyed it. Sad, but a good interview. Thanks for sharing!

I'm going to add this link to his section here on the ranch/website.
"Keep your 'sites' on The Rifleman"
"The Rifleman hits the 'Mark' every week on abc."
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