(video) Clint Walker ‘Cheyenne’: Near-death experience & healing miracle! — Doctor: “Clint, you’re a medical mystery”

What a great guy!

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Clint Walker on his near-death experience – EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG



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4 thoughts on “(video) Clint Walker ‘Cheyenne’: Near-death experience & healing miracle! — Doctor: “Clint, you’re a medical mystery”

  1. I think its awesome, God works in those lives of people that He knows will testify about Him, I know God works miracles all the time. He also uses very humble people , ones that love the Lord will want to share His love, I praise God for saving this mans life.


  2. Clint you were one of my favorites growing. I saw my favorite movie of you and that is night of the Grissly. Also Cheyne was one of my favorite tv series back in the 50’s. Never get tired of your movies as well as tv shows.


  3. He is one of the great ones.Hope he is around or along time. Fess Parker(who I met) is another one. I Also met Gene Autry(a great person). There was also Roy Roger’s, Hop Along Cassidy, The Lone Ranger, The Cisco Kid.They are and were”The Great Ones”. Great role models for kids. We need more of them today.Should have all there shows on Saturday mornings for kids to see. Forgive me if I left anyone else out. I still enjoy watching their reruns on the H&I channel the same as I did when I was a kid. THANKS!!! 😻


    1. Holly, you mentioned Fess Parker. I remember *eagerly* looking forward to each “Daniel Boone” episode. I joined the Daniel Boone club (don’t remember what it was called, exactly), and got my log shaped whistle and code book.

      REALLY WHOLESOME for us children!

      “High Chaparral” was also really good; though, I think I now appreciate the reruns more than I did when it first aired.

      Later, while in high school, my favorite show was “Kung Fu” with David Carradine. It had a wholesome, *peacemaking* theme of *forgiving* others, and only fighting when absolutely necessary (though, it happened in every show). I only remember one of the episodes that was really strange and revolting, unlike the excellent majority. Carradine seemed to mostly play dark roles after that. Dissapointing and sad how it ended for him. Also, I’ve never seen “Kung Fu” rerun on TV. I’ve wondered why. Could it be too anti-war?

      “Daniel Boone” and “Kung Fu” were both major, positive influences in my early life!

      I was too young when “Cheyenne” first aired, but have greatly enjoyed the reruns, and am very impressed with Clint! Excellent show and wonderful man!

      God bless!

      Jeff : )


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