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from the same 6/57 issue depicting five new TV western heroes. (L-R) Will “Sugarfoot” Hutchins, Richard Boone, Paladin on “Have Gun Will Travel”, James Garner as “Maverick”, Ward Bond, Major Seth Adams on “Wagon Train” and James Best, set to star in “Pony Express”.
TV Westerns - Sugarfoot| FiftiesWeb
Tom 'Sugerfoot' Brewster (Will Hutchins) Sugarfoot was a 60 minute western action series on ABC about a fellow who figured that lawyers would be needed in the west so he got a law degree by correspondence and rode west. He wasn't quite up to dealing with the rough characters he found there though. He was so "dandy" that he didn't even qualify to be called a "Tenderfoot". Instead, they called him Sugarfoot!
All of the Warner Brothers Studio television western stars who had programs on ABC. From left: Will Hutchins ("Sugarfoot" Brewster-Sugarfoot), Peter Brown (Johnny McKay-Lawman), Jack Kelly (Bart Maverick-Maverick), Ty Hardin (Bronco Laine-Bronco), James Garner (Bret Maverick-Maverick), Wayde Preston (Christopher Colt-Colt .45), John Russell (Dan Troop-Lawman).
The Shooting // Directed by Monte Hellman Produced by Jack Nicholson Monte Hellman Written by Carole Eastman (writing as "Adrien Joyce") Starring Warren Oates Millie Perkins Will Hutchins Jack Nicholson Music by Richard Markowitz Cinematography Gregory Sandor Distributed by Walter Reade Organization Release date(s) 1966 (Released direct to television in 1968)