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3rd May '16 10:03:30 AM Morgenthaler
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3rd Apr '16 6:24:01 AM shamblingdead2
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* ''Series/TheRanch''. ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, Beau Bennett and his sons own a failing ranch.
13th Dec '15 8:10:13 AM Quanyails
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' : The ideal Aslan noble family owns a ranch. As Aslan are a ProudWarriorRace the male is supposed to hold it by virtue of his status as a [[ARealManIsAKiller Real Man.]]

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' : ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'': The ideal Aslan noble family owns a ranch. As Aslan are a ProudWarriorRace the male is supposed to hold it by virtue of his status as a [[ARealManIsAKiller Real Man.]]
5th Dec '15 3:02:02 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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5th May '15 1:36:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ranch owner who needs the CattleDrive done in ''CitySlickers''
* ''NightOfTheWolf'': A DeterminedWidow heroine rancher.
* ''TheJourneyOfNattyGann'' (minor characters)
* Joe Bannock in ''ATownLikeAlice''. Though he didn't own it til the end, if memory serves.

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* The ranch owner who needs the CattleDrive done in ''CitySlickers''
''Film/CitySlickers''
* ''NightOfTheWolf'': ''Film/NightOfTheWolf'': A DeterminedWidow heroine rancher.
* ''TheJourneyOfNattyGann'' ''Film/TheJourneyOfNattyGann'' (minor characters)
* Joe Bannock in ''ATownLikeAlice''.''Literature/ATownLikeAlice''. Though he didn't own it til the end, if memory serves.



* ''BigJake'': The [=McCandles=] ranch is run over by a gang of cutthroats.
* ''{{Chisum}}'': Very loosly based on the Lincoln Country War.
* ''{{McLintock}}'': George Washington [=McLintock=]

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* ''BigJake'': ''Film/BigJake'': The [=McCandles=] ranch is run over by a gang of cutthroats.
* ''{{Chisum}}'': ''Film/{{Chisum}}'': Very loosly based on the Lincoln Country War.
* ''{{McLintock}}'': ''Film/{{McLintock}}'': George Washington [=McLintock=]



* Beans in ''{{Rango}}'' owns a ranch that the mayor of town wants to purchase from.
* Bick Benedict in ''{{Giant}}''.

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* Beans in ''{{Rango}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'' owns a ranch that the mayor of town wants to purchase from.
* Bick Benedict in ''{{Giant}}''.''Film/{{Giant}}''.



* ''{{Traveller}}'' : The ideal Aslan noble family owns a ranch. As Aslan are a ProudWarriorRace the male is supposed to hold it by virtue of his status as a [[ARealManIsAKiller Real Man.]]

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* ''{{Traveller}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' : The ideal Aslan noble family owns a ranch. As Aslan are a ProudWarriorRace the male is supposed to hold it by virtue of his status as a [[ARealManIsAKiller Real Man.]]



* Peggy's dad in ''KingOfTheHill'' is a cattle rancher who lives in Montana.

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* Peggy's dad in ''KingOfTheHill'' ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is a cattle rancher who lives in Montana.
26th Apr '15 12:39:41 PM Abodos
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In fiction, the larger the ranch is, the more likely the rancher is to be the bad guy of the story. This is not a hard and fast rule (the Cartwrights of {{Series/Bonanza}} have an immense spread, but are salt of the earth types), but that's the way to bet. If the rancher owns several ranches, or one big enough to count as its own feudal country, they become a CattleBaron.

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In fiction, the larger the ranch is, the more likely the rancher is to be the bad guy of the story. This is not a hard and fast rule (the Cartwrights of {{Series/Bonanza}} ''{{Series/Bonanza}}'' have an immense spread, but are salt of the earth types), but that's the way to bet. If the rancher owns several ranches, or one big enough to count as its own feudal country, they become a CattleBaron.
23rd Mar '15 2:34:31 PM nombretomado
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* On ''{{Firefly}}'' Malcolm Reynold's mom ran a ranch.

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* On ''{{Firefly}}'' ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' Malcolm Reynold's mom ran a ranch.
19th Jan '15 3:53:30 PM Mhoram
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* In one ''MagnumPI'' episode there is a teenage rancher who needs our heroes' help.

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* In one ''MagnumPI'' ''Series/MagnumPI'' episode there is a teenage rancher who needs our heroes' help.
23rd Nov '14 2:08:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In order, Judge Garth, the Grainger brothers, and Col. MacKenzie, owners of the Shiloh Ranch in ''TheVirginian'' (later ''TheMenFromShiloh'').

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* In order, Judge Garth, the Grainger brothers, and Col. MacKenzie, owners of the Shiloh Ranch in ''TheVirginian'' ''Series/TheVirginian'' (later ''TheMenFromShiloh'').
27th Sep '14 5:51:49 AM gallium
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* Homer Bannon, the family patriarch in ''Film/{{Hud}}'' (1963), which is set in the NewOldWest (i.e., the modern day). Homer's catttle ranch is put in dire peril when the specter of foot-and-mouth disease raises the possibility that the whole herd will have to be put down.
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