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Laramie: The Complete First Season (1959)

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Laramie

9/15/1959 - 9/17/1963 NBC
Black and White
60 minutes
9/1959 - 8/1961

Color
60 minutes
9/1961-9/1963
124 Total Episodes
Sept. 1959- Sept. 1963 Tuesday 7:30-8:30

John Smith in Laramie
John Smith

Laramie Cast

John Smith as Slim Sherman
Robert Fuller as Jess Harper
Robert Crawford Jr. as Andy Sherman
Hoagy Carmichael as Jonesy, ranch hand
Spring Byington as Daisy Cooper, housekeeper
Dennis Holmes as Mike Williams (1961-1963)
Stuart Randall as Mort Corey (1960-1963)
Horses: Alamo (J. Smith) and Hoot (Robert Fuller)
Robert Fuller  in Laramie
Robert Fuller
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Laramie Theme Song

"Laramie" music by Cyril J. Mockridge and lyrics by Bill Olafson
Stranger ride carefully
Stay 'way from your gun.
There's danger in Laramie for men on the run.
Your gray eyes shift warily,
There's no room here for you.
Just stay wise, this is Laramie
Keep traveling on through.

Faster guns than yours have made the foolish play
The next time that you draw may be the last.
We're a peaceful town; we aim to stay that way.
Our justice isn't fancy but it's fast.
So...







Treasury of the West
Treasury of the West, Vol. 1 - 2 CDs


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For More Robert Fuller See: Wagon Train

For More John Smith See: Cimarron City

External Links
TV Guide's Laramie Page, with TV Listings, Photos, Videos, Exclusive News and More.

Laramie Tidbits

When a land-grabber kills their father, Slim (John Smith) and Andy (Bobby Crawford) Sherman are left to try and salvage what they can from a ranch which wasn't doing well. One day in comes a drifter named Jess Harper (Robert Fuller) who is persuaded to stay and help out.

To supplement their income, the Shermans run a stagecoach station from the ranch.

In the beginning Jonesy (Hoagy Carmichael), an old family friend, provides guidance on the ranch. He was gone in the second season and Sheriff Mort Corey (Stuart Randall) appeared. Andy just kind of faded from view and Mike Williams (Dennis Holmes), orphaned after an Indian attack, came to stay at the ranch. Also, Daisy (Spring Byington) arrived to provide housekeeping skills to the all male household.

Laramie brought Robert Fuller to public attention as he was unquestionably the show's hunk. Fuller moved from Laramie onto scounting duties on Wagon Train.

Passings

John Smith (real name Robert Van Orden) died in 1995 of cirrhosis and heart problems. Spring Byington died in 1971 of cancer and Hoagy Carmichael in 1981 of a heart attack.




Laramie Trivia

Bobby Crawford is Johnny Crawford's
(Rifleman) older brother.

For Robert Fuller Fans

There is a huge section on Robert Fuller with screensavers and many pictures at the WAGON TRAIN area of the site.

Robert Fuller in Laramie
Robert Fuller

John SMith in Laramie
John Smith
From the Doug Abbott Collection

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Robert Fuller in Laramie
John Smith, Robert Crawford,
Hoagy Carmichael, Robert Fuller
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John Smith, Robert Fuller
Hoagy Carmichael, Robert Crawford
From the Doug Abbott Collection

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