‘Death Valley Days’ returns to television after 40-year absence

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Ronald Reagan grins widely in “Temporary Warden,” an episode of ‘Death Valley Days’ broadcast on September 30, 1965. Reagan would act in only three further episodes before departing to become governor of California. Image Credit: Warner Bros. / Getty Images
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“Ivanhoe” star Robert Taylor, who still holds the record for serving the longest contract with a Hollywood studio [1934–1958, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer], is seen during his three-year tenure as narrator of “Death Valley Days.” Image Credit: The Robert Taylor Family Collection / Courtesy of Linda Alexander

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