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RIP Clint Walker

Grass Valley, Calif — Clint Walker, the towering, strapping actor who handed down justice as the title character in the early TV western “Cheyenne,” died May 21 of congestive heart failure at a hospital here. He was 90.
MSTies will recall that he was mentioned in several host segments (among them 213- GODZILLA VS THE SEA MONSTER and 501- WARRIOR OF THE LOST WORLD) and more times in the theater, mostly in reference to his starring role in 1974’s “Killdozer.”

The AP has the story.

Thanks to Timmy for the heads up.

2 Replies to “RIP Clint Walker”

  1. TorgosPizzaNJ says:

    One of the last of TV’s mountainous heroes, back in the days before westerns were overtaken by nihilism. grotesque violence and badly looped Italian actors. We’re supposedly too sophisticated for these “black & white” (in many ways..) shows today, but they’re still with us and many of us are still watching them. R.I.P.


  2. Becky Tilley says:

    R.I.P Clint Walker,I still watch Cheyenne and this is sad but he lived to be 90 years old but it’s sad.


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