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Question 1: [1] Judy Lewis, daughter of Loretta Young and ________, also appeared the second season as Connie Masters, an employee of the Wells Fargo office in Stillwater.
James Stewart (actor)Clark Gable filmographyGone with the Wind (film)Clark Gable

Question 2: On May 4, 1961, the series aired the episode "Sam Bass" about the outlaw Sam Bass, with Jack Chaplain in the guest starring title role; ________ appeared in the episode as Heff.
Charles Bateman (actor)Gregg PalmerBilly the KidCheyenne (1955 TV series)

Question 3: ________ appeared in the episode too in the role of Daggott.
Western (genre)GunsmokeJudson PrattLaredo, Texas

Question 4: The costars were ________, Nancy Kulp, and Reta Shaw.
Jesse VenturaEdward AsnerCharlie Sheen9/11 Truth movement

Question 5: In the first season, Outlaws episodes, aired in black-and-white, were told from the view of the ________.
EnglandOutlawFranceGermany

Question 6: Bass was shot on July 19, 1878, and died two days later on his twenty-seventh birthday in Round Rock, ________, north of Austin, after having been betrayed by an associate.
IllinoisTexasUnited StatesOklahoma

Question 7: The beloved dog who appeared in ________'s Old Yeller was also cast in The Outlaws.
DisneyToon StudiosWalt Disney PicturesWalt Disney Animation StudiosWalt Disney

Question 8: ________ appeared as "Slim" in the second season.
Sam PeckinpahSlim PickensBruce YarnellDr. Strangelove

Question 9: Outlaws was filmed in both Bronson Canyon and Griffith Park in Los Angeles, ________.
CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaNorthern California

Question 10: ________ starred on February 16, 1961, as "Culley", a confused young outlaw who wants to repent.
James CoburnAcademy Award for Best Supporting ActorLouis Gossett, Jr.Martin Landau







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