200A and 202 reproduction
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russbryan
Just watched The Rifleman "The Lost Treasure of Canyon Town" episode. It looked like they modified Coleman 200As to look like cold blast kerosene lanterns in some scenes. I recognized a Coleman tall chimney in at least two scenes.
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fireball501
I was watching the same show and I thought the same thing
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66 Indian creek loop
I caught it too. Have seen some conversions like that in some old movies also
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JimL
We have a thread for these with pics.   I saw the episode also, got a copy, and will post pics there.    As you noticed, with the setting in the 1880's, they're using period correct 200A's.  🙂

This is the ideal thread to post these as it won't be purged from the forum.
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/coleman-lanterns-in-the-movies-7774453

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