How well do you know The Rifleman by the numbers?

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Lucas McCain and his iconic Winchester quickly became a TV favorite when The Rifleman first hit the airwaves and the show continues entertaining audiences to this day.

We've calculated, formulated and tabulated specific figures significant to this classic Western. Can you guess what each of these numbers mean?

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RedSamRackham 2 months ago
* Paul Fix was also Micah's look-alike in another episode. ☺ BTW Edgar Buchanan was Doc Burrage in a few episodes & as a real life Dentist was perhaps actor best qualified to portray a doctor. ☺
SueNRobb 2 months ago
Mark was waaaaay younger than 12 when the show started!
DocForbin 4 months ago
My favorite episode of "The Rifleman" is "The Sixteenth Cousin", in which a Japanese nobleman visits North Fork. In the episode, the nobleman mentions someone who really hasn't gotten his due from American history--Townsend Harris, who was the first US Consul-General to Japan and who was born in Hudson Falls NY (I used to live there). There is a very good movie about Harris called "The Barbarian and The Geisha", which features John Wayne (of all people!) playing Harris.
Dave3000 6 months ago
Paul Fix played a dual role in one episode
Voyage_Lover_32 15 months ago
12/12, but the last one is wrong.
AnnieS Voyage_Lover_32 13 months ago
So was Chuck Connors height. He was 6'5", not 6 1/2'.
Marketer 18 months ago
Got 10. Don't know about guns; didn't have my eyes on Doc, lol. I worked on a show in Tucson with Chuck & we dated briefly. He asked me to marry him but it didnt happen as our faith was at different levels. Miss Chuck and Johnny; RIP both of you. Thanks for The Rifleman show.
dujon55 19 months ago
8 out of 12. Thought I’d do better
MC1707 20 months ago
Question 12 is wrong. It says Paul Fix play a part other than Micah only once.
He play the Doctor in the first episode true, but he also played an Irishman in another who supposedly was a husband and father who left his wife and son, and when they passed thru town, she though Micah was him as the looked alike..
Snickers 21 months ago
8 out of 12 good but not great.
jwj 21 months ago
11/12 favorite Western, on Plutotv they have a channel dedicated to just the rifleman that how good it is😁
Toddmick 21 months ago
#12 is only right if you count it as ONLY playing somebody except Micah. One time he played Micah AND a lookalike who ran out on his wife.
Mirramanee Todd 21 months ago
I was going to point out the same thing about Q12. Paul Fix played his usual Micah role and also that of a woman's runaway husband with a different name (can't recall but he had an Irish accent). The man had left his wife with a sone whom she named Habcook (not sure of the spelling).
Peter_Falk_Fan 21 months ago
7/12 knew 6, guessed 1 right, guessed 5 wrong. I remember having the rifleman's toy rifle when I was a kid. It had a metal part that flipped up inside the lever, so I could imitate the show's rapid fire opening.
Lacuadra70 21 months ago
8/10
Not bad for a 1964 model here.
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