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A lighthearted adventure in the pre-World War I West with Taylor and Cole playing a pair of troubleshooters hired to retrieve a hijacked train. They continued their roles and battled early twentieth-century crime in the short-lived late 1971 series "Bearcats!"

Cast & Crew

Douglas Heyes Director
Rodney Turt Taylor Hank Bracket
Dennis Cole Johnny Reach
Fernando Lamas Chucho Morales
John McIntire Cyrus Davenport
Luciana Paluzzi Juanita Sierra-Perez
Michael Ansara Paco Morales
Tisha Sterling Beth Parkinson
Reni Santoni Ricardo Sandoval
Melodie Johnson Miss Baker
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Release Date:  1971 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Filmways/Rodphi Productions .....Production Company, CBS Entertainment .....Network
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  • Powderkeg

    David Freels 2013-05-16

    In the wake of the success of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in 1969, with its sepia tone old style movie montage, this movie was styled. It was the... MORE>

  • Powderkeg (1971)

    James Higgins 2010-06-18

    This television made western isn't too bad, but its TV roots are very evident. This was actually a pilot for a potential series that never... MORE>