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Like this wonderful episode of Casey Jones starring Alan Hale Jr. the TV series. This was a great childrens television show but the only toy I have seen as an endorsment is a board game. But I would imagine a bunch of kids wanted toy train sets for Christmas of for a birthday after watching this show. Can you imagine all the wonderful toys these western shows would have inspired with electronic toys like pc games or video games. Classic western TV series episode shows to watch free. Complete with Trains, Watch Casey Jones western tv show free online . Casey Jones originally aired from 1957 to 1958 . There are 32 episodes of this wonderful classic western Television series show Here is another episode to watch free. Complete with Cowboy boots, saddles, cowboy hats, Colt 45 smoke, Old West Towns, fast horses, Banks, Wells Fargo offices, Stagecoach stations, runaway wagons, outlaws, bandits, Sheriffs, Marshals, Fancy belt holster rigs, guitars, Cowgirls, singers, Levis, Wranglers, blue jeans, campfires, chuckwagons, cattle drives, wagon trains, cactus, Rustlers, Good Guys, Bad Guys, Ranches, Chase scenes, Deserts, Mountains, Forests and everything else great television westerns always kept us entertained with when we were kids growing up and needed good solid Heroes. Traveling in the west these days is still exciting full of all the Native American Turquoise jewelry to buy and all the old west lore of lost silver and gold mines. Casey Jones western TV shows Stars Alan Hale Jr., Bobby Clark, Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor, Mary Lawrence. This show was an half hour long show for television so without commercials each episode is approximately 25 minutes in length.
A woman hiding in the cab is intent on robbing a strong box bound for the bank at Midvale. Shot for one season, in part because of Alan Hale’s commitment to filming episodes of Rory Calhoun’s The Texan, the series ran for 32 half-hour black-and-white episodes. Its theme song was a version of the “Ballad of Casey Jones”.