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* FastestGunInTheWest: Marshall Dan Troop (to his surprise) finds himself outdrawn by a professional gunfighter. While recovering from his wounds, the Marshall realises that while the gunman is faster, he doesn't have time to aim correctly, so he must goad his target into coming closer. Marshall Troop confronts the gunman again and this time keeps his distance, winning the fatal shootout.

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* FastestGunInTheWest: Marshall Marshal Dan Troop (to his surprise) finds himself outdrawn by a professional gunfighter. While recovering from his wounds, the Marshall Marshal realises that while the gunman is faster, he doesn't have time to aim correctly, so he must goad his target into coming closer. Marshall Marshal Troop confronts the gunman again and this time keeps his distance, winning the fatal shootout.


''Lawman'' is an American Western television series originally telecast from 1958 to 1962 on {{ABC}}. It starred John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop and Peter Brown as Deputy Marshal Johnny [=McKay=].

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''Lawman'' is an American Western television series originally telecast from 1958 to 1962 on {{ABC}}.Creator/{{ABC}}. It starred John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop and Peter Brown as Deputy Marshal Johnny [=McKay=].

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* LukeIAmYourFather: In "The Joker", outlaw Barney Tremain claims to be Johnny [=McKay=]'s real father. It is left unresolved whether he was telling the truth or not.



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* YoungGun: Johnny [=McKay=] is this in early seasons. He gains maturity as the show goes on.

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