The Everett Collection
There are some things you can count on in every Western — horses, ten-gallon hats, showdowns. And saloons, of course. Where else to hold a barroom brawl? 

Some Westerns made saloons centerpieces of the action — and the owners were central characters. Other shows occasionally popped in to wet their whistles. 

We've gathered some saloons from classic television Westerns. Try to match them to the correct series! Look at the cowboys for hints!

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  1. The Long Branch Saloon was a central location on this Western. Perhaps you know the owner, Ms. Russell.
      CBS Television Distribution
  2. The North Fork Saloon was the obvious name for a bar located in North Fork.
      Peter Rodgers Organization
  3. The boys often got in barroom brawls at the Silver Dollar Saloon.
      CBS Television Distribution
  4. This show recycled the set from 'Casablanca' and turned it into "La Cantina Americana." Recognize the hat?
      Warner Bros.
  5. The Modesto Saloon was the local watering hole on this Western.
      Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution
  6. O'Rourke operated the saloon on this show.
      Warner Bros.
  7. The Alhambra Saloon sign hung in the opening credits of this Western. Recognize the star?
      Desilu Productions
  8. The Lady Gay was a lesser-known saloon on this series.
      CBS Television Distribution
  9. Lily Merrill ran the Birdcage Saloon in Laramie, Wyoming, on this series.
      The Everett Collection/Warner Bros.
  10. You can see the main character walking into Toby's Jumping Jack, located on Gallatin Street, New Orleans, on this show.
      Derringer Productions/CBS Television Distribution

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