THE GABBEY HAYES SHOW VOLUME: ONE APPROX: 2 hours
SIX EXCITING SHOWS
The Gabby Hayes Show is a general purpose western television series in which the film star and Roy Rogers confidant, George "Gabby" Hayes (1885–1969), narrated each episode, showed clips from old westerns, or told tall tales for a primarily children's audience. The first Hayes program ran on NBC at 5:15 p.m. Eastern for fifteen minutes three times per week and preceded the puppet series, Howdy Doody. It aired from December 11, 1950, to January 1, 1954. The second version was a half-hour broadcast on Saturday mornings, carried for only thirteen weeks from May 12 to July 14, 1956, on ABC. The first episode is about Sheriff Eddie Dean, who wanted to ban guns from the town of Red Gap because of the death of the old sherrif. In show number two Gabey introduces another cut up western about a mysterious law breaker who nobody seems to know but Bill Judd who is doing all the dirty work. The sheriff send three investorgators in who never returned, a fourth man named cheyene was on his way, as the adventure begins.
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