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16th Jan '17 10:27:12 PM foxley
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBradyKids'': In "Give Me a Home Where the Panda Bears Roam and the Dog and the Mynah Bird Play", the kids go on a cattle drive. As usual, Marlon's magic makes a mess of things.
12th Nov '16 4:41:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheCowboys''. With all the men in the district gone, [[JohnWayne Wil Anderson]] is forced to use high schoolers to take his herd to market.

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* ''Film/TheCowboys''. With all the men in the district gone, [[JohnWayne [[Creator/JohnWayne Wil Anderson]] is forced to use high schoolers to take his herd to market.
1st Aug '16 3:46:28 PM nombretomado
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* "Trail Boss, Matt Savage" was a strip that ran in ''Western Comics''. Matt Savage still occasionally appears in TheDCU.

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* "Trail Boss, Matt Savage" was a strip that ran in ''Western Comics''. Matt Savage still occasionally appears in TheDCU.Franchise/TheDCU.
12th May '16 9:01:40 AM Morgenthaler
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24th Apr '16 9:53:53 AM Snicka
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In Real Life these were among the great risks to a ranch. They need to transport the cattle to make money, but if something goes wrong they could lose everything. Dangers include a stampede, [[TheRustler rustlers]], snakes, storms, flash floods, drought, etc. These days it's done to impress tourists; real ranchers use trucks.

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In Real Life these were among the great risks to a ranch. They need to transport the cattle to make money, but if something goes wrong they could lose everything. Dangers include a stampede, [[AnimalStampede stampede]], [[TheRustler rustlers]], snakes, storms, flash floods, drought, etc. These days it's done to impress tourists; real ranchers use trucks.
29th Feb '16 3:39:14 PM margdean56
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* In the book and movie ''Literature/{{Old Yeller}}'', one of the main plot point is that the father of the family has gone on a cattle drive, leaving his wife and two kids at home.

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* In the book and movie ''Literature/{{Old Yeller}}'', one of the main plot point points is that the father of the family has gone on a cattle drive, leaving his wife and two kids at home.
29th Feb '16 3:38:01 PM margdean56
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In Real Life these were among the great risks to a ranch. They need to transport the cattle to make money, but if something goes wrong they could lose everything. Dangers include a stampede, [[TheRustler rustlers]], snakes, storms, flash floods, drought, ect. These days it's done to impress tourists; real ranchers use trucks.

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In Real Life these were among the great risks to a ranch. They need to transport the cattle to make money, but if something goes wrong they could lose everything. Dangers include a stampede, [[TheRustler rustlers]], snakes, storms, flash floods, drought, ect.etc. These days it's done to impress tourists; real ranchers use trucks.
14th May '15 3:36:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* The first ''CitySlickers'' movie was set around some city guys temporarily joining a ranch and helping on the cattle drive, facing just about every stereotypical problem on the ways, plus a few others.

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* The first ''CitySlickers'' ''Film/CitySlickers'' movie was set around some city guys temporarily joining a ranch and helping on the cattle drive, facing just about every stereotypical problem on the ways, plus a few others.



* ''RedRiver'', also starring John Wayne.

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* ''RedRiver'', ''Film/RedRiver'', also starring John Wayne.



* Predictably, the 1951 western ''Cattle Drive'' featured one of these.

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* Predictably, the 1951 western ''Cattle Drive'' ''Film/CattleDrive'' featured one of these.
5th May '15 2:02:45 AM Morgenthaler
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A common plotline for a Western is the CattleDrive.

Ranches raise cattle, but then they need to get them to market. Usually the target is a town along the railroad, but occasionally the destination is somewhere else. A Western based on a CattleDrive is more likely to star plain old Working {{cowboy}}s as the stars, rather than using them as scenery.

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A common plotline for a Western is the CattleDrive.

cattle drive.

Ranches raise cattle, but then they need to get them to market. Usually the target is a town along the railroad, but occasionally the destination is somewhere else. A Western based on a CattleDrive cattle drive is more likely to star plain old Working {{cowboy}}s as the stars, rather than using them as scenery.



* In ''Film/BrokenTrail'', rather than cattle, the animals being driven are horses, but apart from that the storyline follows the model of the CattleDrive.

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* In ''Film/BrokenTrail'', rather than cattle, the animals being driven are horses, but apart from that the storyline follows the model of the CattleDrive.
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31st May '14 6:26:44 AM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Tomahawk}}'' #119, Tomahawk and the Rangers have to drive a herd of steers to besieged Yankee fort that is starving.
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