123facts.com - The Most Complete Trivia Game Site

Trivia Quizzes, Games, and Facts

Trivia Categories Forums About Us FAQ Contact Us
Username:  
Password:
Register   My 123Facts




Trivia Quiz Categories
Animals
Brain Teasers
Celebrities
Entertainment
For Kids
General
Geography
History
Hobbies
Humanities
Literature
Movies
Music
People
Religion & Faith
Science & Technology
Sports
Television
Video Games
World

List all trivia quiz categories

More Trivia Fun
New Quizzes
Popular Recent Quizzes
Most Highly Rated Quizzes
   
Write a Quiz

Monthly Tournament
Today's Easy Trivia
Today's Hard Trivia
Easy Hourly Trivia
Hard Hourly Trivia

Trivia Facts
Browse Trivia Facts
Submit a Trivia Fact

Statistics
View Hall of Fame

Website
- Who's online?
603 playing now

- Quizzes served
5,797,101

Players
- Most points

- Registered members
40763

- Just registered!

Teams
- Most points

Quiz Of The Day
- Tournament Leader

- Last Tournament Champ

You are here:    Home » Quizzes
Search:  

My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

written by: silverqueen
 
Let's harken back to those days of yesteryear when the hero wore white, the villain wore black and every horse had a name. See how many of these television cowboys and cowgirls... and horses you can get your lasso around. Hy yo Silver and away!

Question 1:

View the provided image.
Richard Boone played this "knight without armour in a savage land" whose business card read "Have Gun Will Travel".
Paladin
Lone Ranger
Wyatt Earp
The Bounty Hunter


View Image

Question 2:


This actor first gained fame as Rowdy Yates in the television western "Rawhide". What actor went from playing television's Rowdy Yates to playing "The Man with No Name" in The Dollars Trilogy?


Question 3:

View the provided image.
Perhaps the most famous opening scene in television westerns begins with Rossini's William Tell Overture and "a fiery horse with the speed of light ". With a cry of Hi-yo Silver the Lone Ranger charges into view. Several actors have played the Lone Ranger but to most people this actor is most often identified with the role. Who was that masked man?
Guy Madison
Clayton Moore
Guy Williams
Gene Autry


View Image

Question 4:


"Luck is the lady that he loves best.
Natchez to New Orleans
Livin' on jacks and queens."
Who is this legend of the West?
Maverick
Sugarfoot
Wyatt Earp
The Rifleman

Question 5:


Each week at the beginning of this show the newspaper editor of the local paper would start the action with this statement, "This is the way it happened in the town too tough to die."
What is the name of the "town too tough to die"?
Dodge City
Laramie
Tombstone Territory
Virginia City

Question 6:

View the provided image.
Who was the sidekick chasing after the hero crying out "Hey, Wild Bill, wait for me!"?
Jingles
Chester
Jangles
Pat


View Image

Question 7:

View the provided image.
Everyone knows Roy Rogers was King of the Cowboys and his golden palomino horse was called Trigger. His wife, Dale Evans, was Queen of the Cowgirls. What was the name of Dale's horse?
Princess
Buttermilk
Champion
Cream


View Image

Question 8:


The creator of this television western envisioned "James Bond on horseback." In what television western would you find the characters James West and Artemus Gordon?
The Wild Wild West
Wyatt Earp
Have Gun Will Travel
Kung Fu

Question 9:


"He got fightin' mad this rebel lad
He packed no star as he wandered far
Where the only law was a hook and draw."
What country legend sang "The Ballad of Johnny Yuma"?
Buck Owens
Johnny Ray
Frankie Laine
Johnny Cash

Question 10:


It was an honor to be the cowboy to introduce a new western to the television public by the name of
"Gunsmoke". What Academy Award winner for "True Grit " and a true American icon introduced the first episode of "Gunsmoke" on September 10, 1955?


Question 11:


The "Bugle Theme" would sound and the camera would pan down to the Old Ranger. He would stand and say "Howdy, I'm the Old Ranger and Death Valley is my stamping ground." What actor replaced the Old Ranger to introduce the stories of "Death Valley Days"?
Ronald Reagan
John Wayne
Alan Ladd
Gary Cooper

Question 12:

View the provided image.
Maybe this man wasn't a cowboy but he died defending the Alamo. Tough. This man was so tough "he killed him a bear when he was only three" Who was the "King of the Wild Frontier"?
Wyatt Earp
Davy Crockett
Daniel Boone
Cheyenne Bodie


View Image

Question 13:


"Out of the night when the moon is bright " comes this "bold renegade". A blade flashes and what mark is left behind?
KILROY
M
N
Z

Question 14:


CMT had a program on the 20 Greatest Cowboy Songs. Which song was # 1?
Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Happy Trails
Home on the Range
Back in the Saddle Again

 


Report errors (will not interfere with your quiz)




 
 
Conditions of Use   |   Privacy policy   |   Disclaimer   |   Copyright    © 2005-2017 123facts.com. All Rights Reserved.

Page loaded from database in 0.44529700279236 seconds