CIMARRON CITY starring George Montgomery & John Smith



Cimarron City is an American Western television series starring George Montgomery and John Smith that aired on NBC from October 11, 1958 until April 4, 1959. The name "Cimarron City" refers to a boom town north of Oklahoma City rich in oil and gold which aspires to become the capital of the future state of Oklahoma

George Montgomery, a veteran of Western B-movies, played Matthew Rockford, the son of the city's founder. Rockford is also the mayor and a major cattle rancher. Rockford works blacksmith and Deputy Sheriff Lane Temple, played by John Smith, to maintain law and tranquility amid all of the outlaw activity and various crooked schemes concocted by the populace. Audrey Totter played boarding house owner Beth Purcell. The episodes were supposed to rotate equally among Montgomery, Smith, and Totter. The writers, however, did not give Totter enough of the leads as promised. She became a bit player and left the series. The series also featured Dan Blocker in his pre-Bonanza role as Tiny Budinger, a ranch hand for Rockford. Cimarron City lasted only a single season.  BEAUTIFUL QUALITY



TERROR TOWN
TO BECOME A MAN
THE MEDICINE MAN
HIRED HAND
RUNAWAY TRAIN
A RESPECTABLE GIRL
KID ON A CALICO HORSE
CIINESE INVASION
BEAST OF THE CIMARRON
THE BLOOD LINE
BEAUTY AND THE SORROW
CIMARRON CITY
CIMARRON HOLIDAY
THE BITTER LESSON
BURN THE TOWN DOWN
BLIND IS THE KILLER
RETURN OF THE DEAD
THE RATMAN
HAVCE SWORD WILL DUEL
12 GUNS


CIMARRON CITY starring George Montgomery & John Smith
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