The Californians

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The Californians may refer to:

  • The Californians (TV series), American half-hour western broadcast by NBC from September 1957 to August 1959; set in San Francisco during 1850s Gold Rush; Richard Coogan played central character, sheriff/city marshal Matthew Wayne
  • "The Californians" (Dynasty), October 9, 1985 installment (season 6, episode 3) of American hour-long continuing drama; directed by Gwen Arner; first of four episodes which co-starred Charlton Heston as part of 1985–87 spin-off, The Colbys
  • "The Californians" (Saturday Night Live), 2012–13 and 2015 soap opera parody of lifestyles and accents; presented as irregular segment on American late-night comedy series; principal cast members were Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig
  • The Californians (film), 2005 American independent drama directed by Jonathan Parker, with stars Noah Wyle, Ileana Douglas and Kate Mara; adapted from Henry James' 1886 novel The Bostonians; located in California's Marin County

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