Round up a posse. Hitch up your horses and settle on the sofa. H&I has a whole new gang of heroes on Sunday afternoons.
Starting this Sunday, April 7, the H&I Network kicks off Heroes of the West, a new block of classic television Westerns. We've roped up some favorite cowboys. Let's take a look at the new adventures. Download the latest H&I schedule below.
12PM | 11C
Frontiersman Daniel Boone (Fess Parker) finds adventure, unlikely allies and assorted foes in the wilds of 1770s Boonesborough, Kentucky. Along with his son, Israel (Darby Hinton), the coonskin-capped Boone explores the untamed American frontier, sometimes joined by friends Mingo (Ed Ames), Gabe Cooper (Roosevelt Grier) and Cincinnatus (Dal McKennon).
1PM | 12C
Needing protection from Apache Indians after his wife is killed in an attack, Arizona Territory rancher "Big" John Cannon (Leif Erickson) looks for help from his rich and powerful neighbor, Don Sebastián Montoya (Frank Silvera). As part of the deal struck with Montoya, Cannon marries his daughter, Victoria (Linda Cristal), and she and her brother, Manolito (Henry Darrow), come to live on the High Chaparral Ranch. Cannon, his brother, Buck (Cameron Mitchell), and Montoya's men find adventure in battling Indians, former Civil War foes and the occasional gambling-, women- or whiskey-related conflict.
2PM | 1C
The story of a San Joaquin Valley, California, ranch family, Lancer follows patriarch Murdoch Lancer (Andrew Duggan) as he and his two sons, half-brothers Johnny Madrid Lancer (James Stacey) and Scott Lancer (Wayne Maunder), struggle to hold down the fort in light of land grabbers, swindlers and outlaws of all kinds.
3PM | 2C
Cheyenne Bodie (Clint Walker) is an itinerant loner of the Old West, a hero who dispatches frontier justice by beating up the bad guys and saving damsels in distress.
4PM | 3C
Set in the late 1880s in the Cimarron Territory, a rugged swath of land having a reputation for lawlessness and vigilantism, Cimarron Strip follows the conflicts of Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman). With no sheriff and no support from the Army, Crown is the sole lawman charged with keeping order among the cattlemen in a region ominously referred to as "No Man's Land."
5:30PM | 4:30C
Being the sole survivor of a gruesome battle, captain Jason McCord (Chuck Connors of The Rifleman) is falsely accused of cowardice and drummed out of the United States Army Cavalry. This sets the stage for the Western as McCord drifts through the Old West, continually crossing paths with people who want to be the first to prove McCord's outcast status was justly deserved.
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