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01.06 Episode 6 (#40069-008)
Airdate: May 23, 1995

An aggressive stage mother manipulates Pratt into promoting the career of her bratty son, who fancies the role of "Legend Junior." Meanwhile, Pratt investigates a pair of cattle rustlers.

Teleplay by: Steve Stoliar and Frederick Rappaport
Story by: Steve Stoliar
Directed by: James L. Conway

Guest Starring: Andrew Hill Newman as Milton J. Faber, Mary-Margaret Humes as Laura Davenport, Michael Patrick Carter as Ben Davenport, Ray McKinnon as Lyle, Courtney Gains as Asa, Don Collier as Hank Vine, Dick Bellerue as Smoky, Harlan Knudson as Druggist

Nielsen Ratings: 2.3 rating / 4 share / rank 85th overall

Reference: E.C. Allen, Asa, Janos Bartok, Buffalo Head Saloon, Ben Davenport, Laura Davenport, Disarmer, Eugene, Milton J. Faber, Fulminator, Glover Brothers, Legend Balloon, Nicodemus Legend, Legend Wings, Lyle, Muriel, Ernest Pratt, Quadrovelocipede, Huitzilopochtli Ramos, Sheridan Colorado, Silver King Hotel, Skeeter, Smoky, Hank Vine


INVENTIONS


Used a wireless signal to
communicate by Morse code


Tagged cows using a
transmitter in a cow bell


Used a portable receiver to track
the cow bell transmission


The Bartok Trojan Cow is the
future of rustler surveillance


The Bartok non-violent perpetrator
control device fires a net
to apprehend a criminal


Modified electronic handcuffs
to function as a disarmer


The automated Spanish riata is
based on the principal of the bolo


MEMORABLE REMARKS

NOTES OF INTEREST

THE LEGEND NOVELS

IMAGES