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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Manny Laureano, Feb 8, 2005.
Maybe he was Irish - O'Riley. Hummmmmmmmmmm.
John, Bill, Bob, even close???
Sorry, Couldn't help myself, had to Google:
Not even close, but I'll let other guess.
Hannibal Dobbs was his name.
Talk about a politically incorrect show......it was hilarious.
Anybody remember the word to the theme music.
"The end of the Civil War was near when quite accidentally,
A hero who sneezed abruptly seized retreat and reversed it to victory."
It was wonderfully PIC... all the American indians on the show were either Italian or Jewish in real life.
And Larry Storch! I loved the way they'd always have him playing his own relative from some other country. He was hilarious.
The Hekawi Indians and their slogan, "Hekawis are lovers, not fighters". You just had to laugh.
Here is an interesting question.
What famous (perhaps the greatest who ever lived) was a great friend of John Wayne and what very special gift did this trumpet player give the Duke?
In regards to the above question, I don't know where the words trumpet player disappeared to, but the question is what famous trumpet player, etc.
I'm guessing Harry James.
Good guess. Harry and this other legend were contemporaries, but it wasn't Harry.
I hope they bring back all the F-Troop episodes on DVD. Politically Incorrect and funny as h*ll.
You know the tribe got it's name?
They ended up getting lost somewhere, and the chief said, "Where the heck are we"?
And the watch tower got knocked down by an errant cannonball on darn near every show...........