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Cheyenne: The Complete First Season


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  • Actors: Clint Walker, Lois Collier, Trevor Bardette, Stephanie Griffin, Lane Bradford
  • Directors: Irving J. Moore, Leslie H. Martinson, Richard L. Bare, William Hale
  • Writers: Alan Le May, B. Traven, Charles Lang, Clarke Reynolds
  • Format: Box set, Black & White, Closed-captioned, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: June 6 2006
  • Run Time: 630 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EQ46H8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,458 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lynda K on Jan. 28 2012
Format: DVD
I remember watching Cheyanne when I was a kid. I've purchase the first season and I wish all season's would be released. When Cheyanne was on the scene he was a man that you knew "had your back". Loyalty, friendship, justice .... a true hero. For all that, he came off as just a man trying to live his life by his own code in a very dangerous time. It was his willingness to go the extra mile for a friend or to right an injustice that kept the audience coming back for more. I read somewhere there were seven seasons, if that's true come on release them already!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ichido on May 17 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Watching the first disc and all is very good. Did not want to pay the original 50 dollar price, so waited for one day special and got it for 10.50. i am 51 years old so this was before my time, but now I can't get enough of the old westerns. Quality is excellent on the first disc. hopefully they all stay that way.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Chapman on Oct. 1 2013
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very easy to follow story and good clear picture of vedio . will keep buying the next seasons as they come
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224 of 227 people found the following review helpful
One of the best Westerns April 17 2006
By Metch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Drifting from job to job, a foreman on a ranch, a trail scout for a wagon train, a recently deputized lawman encountering plenty of villains, beautiful girls, and gunfights. Cheyenne Bodie was a tall, strapping western adventurer in the days following the Civil War.

Cheyenne was based on a movie of the same name starring Dennis Morgan in 1947.

First aired on September 20, 1955 until December 17, 1962 for a total of 7 seasons and 108 episodes.

The cast and crew are:
*Clint Walker (as Cheyenne Bodie)
*L.Q.Jones (as Smitty 1955-1956)
*Russ McCubbin - The Stuntman for Clint Walker

The First season consisted of 15 episodes and they are as follows:
01- Mountain Fortress - Aired 9/20/55
02- Julesburg - Aired 10/11/55
03- The Argonauts - Aired 11/1/55
04- Border Showdown - Aired 11/22/55
05- The Outlander - Aired 12/13/55
06- The Travelers - Aired 1/3/56
07- Decision - Aired 1/24/56
08- The Storm Riders - Aired 2/7/56
09- Rendezvous at Red Rock - Aired 2/21/56
10- West of the River - Aired 3/20/56
11- Quicksand - Aired 4/3/56
12- Fury at Rio Hondo - 4/17/56
13- Star in the Dust - 5/1/56
14- Johnny Bravo - Aired 5/15/56
15- The Last Train West - Aired 5/29/56

I hope all seasons to be released soon after this season. Thank you for reading my review.
122 of 126 people found the following review helpful
I and many others have waited too long for this to happen March 24 2006
By Moon Mist - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I have about 25 VHS tapes full of episodes of "Cheyenne" that I have taped off of the Good Life TV Network, where it aired from the late 1990's prime time and occasionally on weekend afternoons as well. The episodes were introduced by George Clooney's father, Nick, who usually gave a bit of trivia about the episode, the star, Clint Walker, or one of the many guest stars. As of 2004, the last time I had access to the channel, Clooney was still on the network, introducing "Cheyenne", as well as the other great black & white Warner Brothers westerns from the 1950's and early 1960's, like "Bronco" and "Maverick". The network also showed "Sugarfoot" and "Lawman", but only on weekends without Clooney's introductions.

"Cheyenne" remains my favorite of the old WB westerns, with Clint Walker a very unusual western star, given his immense size. One might wonder why any character would have dared to give him a hard time, but they did, and usually ended up worse for the wear. "Bronco" took over, off and on during Walker's lawsuit against WB. I enjoyed that one, too, as it had a lot of action. But Clint is the man, and I'm glad to see this series reaching DVD.

The first season does not feature the familiar theme song, which I believe does not appear until the second season. The first season theme song is pretty unmemorable, so be prepared for that. Also, you will find the first few shows of the series to be featuring character actor L.Q. Jones as "Smitty", Cheyenne Bodie's somewhat humorous sidekick. Jones is priceless in his own right and one of my favorite western character actors. However, this is Clint's gig, and the producers of the series soon found that out and the Smitty character is gone by the second season. So if you are a fan of the series or good TV westerns, this set is worth it, but in my opinion, the series got even better in the second season and beyond.

And just a note on "Maverick", which will likely be following soon on DVD. In my humble opinion, the opposite is true. My favorite season of "Maverick" is the first season, because I am more of a fan of action in a western than humor, and James Garner's first-season Bret Maverick is a more serious and kick-ass hero than in later seasons, where he loosens up a bit and the happy-go-lucky Maverick most people know and love gradually appears. Also, the vocal version (with words) of the great "Maverick" theme song does not appear in the first season. It's the same melody, but instrumental. In nearly all cases in nearly all of these great WB westerns, any vocal theme song appears only over the ending credits, not at the beginning. At least that is to the best of my recollection.
131 of 136 people found the following review helpful
Bodie's Back! March 24 2006
By The Breech - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Kudos and a big thumbs up to Warner Bros. for releasing the 1st season of Cheyenne. Yes!!!
TV historians will tell you that this program was one of the first of the so-called "adult" westerns broadcast, it debuted just three nights after Gunsmoke.
Clint Walker was the epitome of a western hero,:6'6", rugged, broad-shouldered and a man of few words. The character of Cheyenne Bodie was a loner, a white man raised by the Cheyenne tribe. He roamed the old west, sometimes working as a lawman, wagonmaster,etc, always helping the weak.

Cheyenne, like many classic westerns, is from a bygone era when heroic characters were uncomplicated and always defeated evil in the end.

Lets hope WB contnues to release full seasons of its former stable of classic westerns like Bronco, Maverick, Lawman, Sugarfoot and The Dakotas. It would also be cool to see the release of WB detective shows like 77 Sunset Strip, Surfside Six, Hawaiian Eye and Bourbon Street Beat.
64 of 67 people found the following review helpful
A Great Western Show on DVD April 4 2006
By Luiz A. Sampaio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Warner Bros is riding towards the right direction. The release of the First Season of Cheyenne is not only a wise decision of the studio, but also an essencial one. Cheyenne was the show that led Warner Brothers to be one of the biggest companies producing television series. Cheyenne was the very beginning for the studio, and it was, and still is, an important part in television history. Along with Gunsmoke, Cheyenne established the pattern for other western series to come out of Warner Bros and other studios. Clint Walker was not a good actor, but his massive physical building and his soft way of speaking were perfect for a rugged hero of a western show and he became one of the most remarkable television stars for the genre.

The first season of Cheyenne, in spite of being excellent, was not the best one. The episodes ran a bit shorter because Warner used the final minutes for a "behind-the-scenes", promoting the studio movies. And that pleasing song by William Lava and Stan Jones was absent. Unfortunately the first season had only 15 episodes. Nevertheless, this DVD box is a must for anybody who wants to get in touch with old television shows and learn how good and attractive they were. Let's enjoy the first season of Cheyenne, and hope that Warner Bros releases the second, the third and so on.
45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Cheyenne June 26 2006
By C. M. Street - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I would just like to correct the review from M Durgin.

The episodes are NOT CUT. The first season of Cheyenne only ran approx 41 minutes each.The balance of the time was used as a promotion filler for Warner Bros.theatrical features.

The familiar theme tune was not introduced until the 2nd season.

Please do not let these inaccurate reviews disuade from buying this excellent series.

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