I enjoyed it though.
Calhoun is best known to us Westernistas for his big-screen oaters, and very
good many of them were too. But he also figured prominently on the small screen
(and they were small in those days, weren’t they), most notably of course as
Bill Longley in The Texan, which ran
for two series, 1958 – 60, on CBS. Of course he was a very fictional Bill
Longley and he didn’t murder anyone, just roamed the West helping out poor
widows and children and being kind to animals, you know how they did.