Boots and Saddles (1956– )

TV Series   |    |  Western


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Captain Shanks Adams is in charge of the real Ft. Lowell in this syndicated fictional series. Set in the dangerous Arizona territory, Adams combats all sorts of trials assisted by his scout Luke Cummings and Lt. Binning.


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Robert A. Cinader

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13 April 2017 | bkoganbing
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| Forgotten cavalry western
This syndicated western series about the US Cavalry seems to have been completely forgotten by today. It's never come out on DVD and probably because none of the cast are truly household names. Which at the time and now probably adds to the realism of it.

Heading the cast of Boots And Saddles is John Pickard as Captain Shank Adams assigned to fictitious Fort Lowell in the Arizona Territory. This is not John Ford's romantic cavalry Pickard works for, these guys are seasoned professionals assigned to a dangerous place doing a dangerous job.

Another reason this series I think is not seen is because the producers played it on the cheap and while they shot it outdoors and on location, they did it in black and white. They might just as well have bagged and tagged it for oblivion.

Yet the stories were pretty good. One hopes it will come out on DVD some day.

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