Wildside (1985)
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Don't Keep the Home Fires Burning 

Lyle Rainwood, an outlaw thought to have been chased in Canada, returns to Wildside with a formidable gang who terrorize the countryside with their protection racket. The governor asks the ... See full summary »

Director:

Harvey S. Laidman

Writers:

Tom Greene (created by), William Whitehead (as W.M. Whitehead) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Howard E. Rollins Jr. ... Bannister Sparks (as Howard Rollins)
William Smith ... Brodie Hollister
J. Eddie Peck ... Sutton Hollister
John D'Aquino ... Varges De La Cosa (as John DiAquino)
Terry Funk ... Prometheus Jones
Sandy McPeak ... Governor J.W. Summerhayes
Meg Ryan ... Cally Oaks
Jason Hervey ... Zeke
Rick Hurst ... Floyd Fussell
Martin Kove ... Lyle Rainwood
Tracy Reed ... Melissa DeVry
Timothy Scott ... Skillet
Robin Hoff Robin Hoff ... Alice Freeze
Tommy Lamey ... Parks Ritchie
Sid Haig ... Burnett
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Storyline

Lyle Rainwood, an outlaw thought to have been chased in Canada, returns to Wildside with a formidable gang who terrorize the countryside with their protection racket. The governor asks the Chamber of Commerce to round them up, but Brodie and his friends efforts are hampered when Bannister's girlfriend suddenly dies and he insists on investigating her death on his own as a possible homicide. Written by David Bassler

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Genres:

Western

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Release Date:

11 April 1985 (USA) See more »

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Touchstone Television See more »
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[first lines]
[Rainwood crushes a dollhouse, then addresses a farmer and his family]
Lyle Rainwood: Great calamities, unforeseen and unprepared for. End of the world is just around the corner.
[shoots two incenidary rounds into the family's cabin, setting it on fire]
Lyle Rainwood: A wise man invests wisely in the here and now in case his future turns to ash. Guarantees - that's what the world really needs, guarantees. If you sign this, my insurance policy guarantees that you never have to worry about Armageddon again. It will...
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