William T. Sherman Meets Bat Masterson

This episode of Bat Masterson aired on December 24, 1958.

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  • toby Nov 25, 2009 @ 9:34

    Damn! Not available outside US due to copyright.

    Remember watching the Bat Masterson series, though not this episode.

  • msimons Nov 28, 2009 @ 10:33

    Great Classic TV

  • Matt McKeon Nov 30, 2009 @ 0:34

    I watched the entire episode. “So this is a Dodge City saloon?” inquires Sherman, and tells the piano player to play a tune. Then the music starts and the men start dancing with each other. “Sure,” replies Bat, “if you define “saloon” as western themed gay bar.”

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