Can you guess the classic Western from its Christmas episode?

Yee-haw-ho-ho!

Yee-haw-ho-ho! Cowboys celebrate Christmas, too!

In fact, some of the best holiday episodes can be found on classic TV Westerns. They can both break and warm your heart. 

We gathered some of our favorites from the 1950s and 1960s. Read the clue, examine the titles, pick apart the images… and make your best guess!

Good luck!

  1. He tracked down Santa Claus for an "Eight Cent Reward."
  2. A young boy got a great Christmas surprise when they arrived.
  3. This show welcomed Wayne Newton, who sang "Silent Night" by the Christmas tree.
  4. Can you spot the hero here in "Be Not Forgetful of Strangers"?
  5. He was dreaming of a white Christmas in "The Christmas Story." Recognize his silhouette?
  6. What's better than Santa Claus? "Twenty-Five Santa Clauses."
  7. This 1956 episode claimed "Santa Claus Wears a Gun."
  8. This Christmas tale was called "The Mary Ellen Thomas Story."
  9. Young Jodie Foster was one of the orphans in "P.S. Murry Christmas."
  10. Recognize the clan singing "Deck the Hall" in the episode "Judgement in Heaven"?
  11. "The Night of the Whirring Death" might not sound like a holiday episode, but it involved a Christmas plot.
  12. This 1958 Christmas episode featured some Dickens in "Cimarron Holiday."

Can you guess the classic Western from its Christmas episode?

Your Result...

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Runeshaper 3 months ago
You got 7 out of 12
Were you on Santa Hoss' naughty or nice list?

Not too shabby! LOL
JerryE 3 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Were you on Santa Hoss' naughty or nice list?
Bret 3 months ago
You got 8 out of 12
These were a little before my time.
cperrynaples 3 months ago
11/12! Here's how I did it! [1] McQueen! [2]"Who was that masked man?" [3]He's in the MeTV promo! [4] You can't miss that 'stache! [5] Nor can you ignore that hat! [6] My only miss because it wasn't an "Incident"! [7] Flying A only produced 2 shows and Gene Autry wasn't an option! [8]"Story"! [9] Foster didn't do the other 2! [10] The Barkleys! [11] "Night"! [12] Strip was in color, City wasn't!
K 3 months ago
11/12. Never even heard of Cimarron City. Not surprising. The series only lasted 6 months in 1958/59. (26 episodes).
MrsPhilHarris 3 months ago
11/12 Somehow I missed Daniel Boone.
Jeremy 3 months ago
Am I on Santa Hoss' Naughty or Nice List? Well, let's see. I got 10 out of 12. That's not bad...or should I say, NAUGHTY?
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