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Ty Hardin (AP)
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July 22, 2018

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May 27, 2018
May 27, 2018
May 27, 2018
On Monday 5/21/18 the "Big Guy" himself Clint Walker peacefully passed away in California. He played on the TV series 'The Cheyenne Show' until a contract dispute in 1958 which allowed newcomer Ty Hardin to star as "Bronco Layne". Clint did eventually return along with Will Hutchins as "Sugarfoot" while all three began to rotate their episodes on the show becoming the best of friends!
God Bless You both Mr. Hardin and Mr. Walker as you may Rest In Peace. Thank You both for the great memories and may you continue to entertain us all for many more decades to come! Both of you great friends will be missed by your millions of fans all over the world but will never be forgotten! My most sincere condolences to the Hardin and Walker family.
Sincerely, Joseph J. Janis
Whitehall, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
May 15, 2018
I was saddened to just read of Ty's passing. As a child Bronco Lane was my hero, later as a young adult I was fortunate to meet and get to know Ty Hardin during the making of Riptide in Australia at the Artranza Studios in French's Forest. It was during this time I got to know Ty and some of his family. Ty certainly was enthusiastic about all that he did and the world is a lessor place for his passing. Please pass on my condolences to his wife and family.