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(Variety)   "The Virginian" has taken his last ride. RIP - James Drury   ( divider line
    More: Sad, James Drury, The Virginian, Owen Wister, Doug McClure, Cowboy, Alias Smith and Jones, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., Randy Boone  
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1045 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 06 Apr 2020 at 5:57 PM (17 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-04-06 3:59:35 PM  
I loved him in The Virginian. A good actor and positively dreamy to look at.
2020-04-06 4:32:57 PM  
One of the best Western series. Be sure to lift a Monongahela, neat, to him.
2020-04-06 6:02:52 PM  
I guess someone hit him with the rhythm stick...

...too hard
2020-04-06 6:10:06 PM  
The headline got me really excited but then I realized that the spelling was wrong.

All that talk of ridin' and all for nothing.
2020-04-06 6:23:04 PM  
Well, now the theme song for the Virginian is playing in my head.
2020-04-06 7:31:58 PM  
Ya know, much as I like to say 85 was a pretty good ride; I'm not all that far from 85 myself.

/ I'm still liking my ride
// Still see 16 y/o me looking back at me from the mirror
/// except now I have a beard 16 y/o me would have died for
2020-04-06 7:57:11 PM  
Vaya con Dios, my brother.
2020-04-06 10:54:24 PM  

ifarkthereforiam: Well, now the theme song for the Virginian is playing in my head.

It's a great theme song, I tried to identify it for years after hearing it on TV as a kid (not knowing the show).

2020-04-07 12:18:18 AM  
He rides off into the sunset for the last time.
2020-04-07 7:53:52 AM  
Golden age of TV
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