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A fan-edited community celebrating Cheyenne, TV’s first, hour-long western drama. The mission of the Cheyenne Wiki is to document, promote and enjoy the Cheyenne television show, the people who created it and other media that expand on the Cheyenne universe. Read, post, chat, contribute! 275 articles since December 5th, 2010
Get to know Cheyenne
Cheyenne was the first hour-long western broadcast on television, full of fist fights, fast gunplay, lots of cattle drives, dangerous gunslingers, daring cowboys, mysterious indians, and romance. One of the highest-rated shows of its era, ABC broadcast 108 episodes of Cheyenne from 1955 to 1963 in black and white. The main character was memorably portrayed on the small screen by 6-foot, 6-inch-tall Clint Walker (1927-2018), a newcomer to Hollywood.
Skilled in ways of frontier life thanks to his upbringing among the Cheyenne indians, master of the quick draw, physically impressive and morally grounded, Cheyenne Bodie was a western hero molded into the varying storylines and situations in each stand-alone episode.
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See these famous guest stars and more in episodes of Cheyenne:
You can buy all seven seasons of Cheyenne on DVD from these authorized sellers:
- www.clintwalker.com - The official site of actor Clint Walker. Autographed copies of DVDs available signed by Clint himself.
- www.wbshop.com - Warner Brothers Studio online store.
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Featured article: Cheyenne Comic Books
From 1956 to 1961, Dell Comics published 25 issues of comics set in the Cheyenne fictional universe featuring comics, photos from episodes and western stories. Read more about Cheyenne Comic Books
Featured category: Shirtless Scenes
Contrary to popular belief, Clint Walker didn't take his shirt off in every episode of Cheyenne. Here’s the episodes when he did. View list of episodes.
"She's so ugly I used to take her out with me all the time just so I wouldn't haveta kiss 'er goodbye."
- - Hoot Hollister describes his fiancé in Death Deals the Hand
More sources on Cheyenne and Clint Walker
- Archive of American Television
- Cheyenne on Wikipedia
- Cheyenne on IMDB
- Clint Walker on Wikipedia
The Cheyenne Show Intro