A Powerful Western Series From Rod Serling, Creator Of The Twilight Zone!
"In the aftermath of the bloodletting called the Civil War, thousands of ruthless, restless, searching men travelled west. Such a man is William Colton."
Lloyd Bridges (Sea Hunt, Airplane!) stars as Colton, a former Union cavalry captain who rides the American West in search of himself. His journey finds him crossing paths with a range of men and women emblematic of the best — and worst — in humanity. Introspective and emotionally complex, The Loner stood apart from the typical "white hat/black hat" Western entertainment of its day, bolstered by Bridges' nuanced performance and Serling's steady hand at the reins.
Running for only 26 episodes in the 1965-66 television season, The Loner nevertheless remains a series highly regarded among Western fans for its mature tone and thematically intriguing scripts, many written by Serling himself.
- The Wandering Man's Burden: Making The Loner
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|1||The Loner: An Echo Of Bugles|
|2||The Loner: The Vespers|
|3||The Loner: The Lonely Calico Queen|
|4||The Loner: The Kingdom Of McComb|
|5||The Loner: One Of The Wounded|
|6||The Loner: The Flight Of The Arctic Tern|
|7||The Loner: Widow On The Evening Stage|
|8||The Loner: The House Rules At Mrs. Wayne's|
|9||The Loner: The Sheriff Of Fetterman's Crossing|
|10||The Loner: The Homecoming Of Lemuel Stove|
|11||The Loner: Westward, The Shoemaker|
|12||The Loner: The Oath|
|13||The Loner: Hunt The Man Down|
|14||The Loner: Escort For A Dead Man|
|15||The Loner: The Ordeal Of Bud Windom|
|16||The Loner: To The West Of Eden|
|17||The Loner: Mantrap|
|18||The Loner: A Little Stroll To The End Of The Line|
|19||The Loner: The Trial In Paradise|
|20||The Loner: A Question Of Guilt|
|21||The Loner: The Mourners For Johnny Sharp, Part 1|
|22||The Loner: The Mourners For Johnny Sharp, Part 2|
|23||The Loner: Incident In The Middle Of Nowhere|
|24||The Loner: Pick Me Another Time To Die|
|25||The Loner: The Burden Of The Badge|
|26||The Loner: To Hang A Dead Man|