26 Men: Season 1, Episode 8

Dead Man in Tucson (3 Dec. 1957)

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Travis goes after escaped con Cain Devers, a bank robber and counterfeiter who is using his counterfeit plates as part of a plot to destroy his father and younger brother.

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Episode complete credited cast:
Tristram Coffin ...
Capt. Tom Rynning (as Tris Coffin)
Kelo Henderson ...
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Cain Devers
Gregg Barton ...
Foster Hatch
Philip Tonge ...
Mark Devers aka Matthew Gary
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Tod Devers (as Dick Beymer)
Hal Hopper ...
Sheriff
Boyce Wright ...
Henry (as Bloyce Wright)
Fred Shryer ...
Barney
Walter Crane ...
Frank Bulow (as Wally Crane)
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Travis goes after escaped con Cain Devers, a bank robber and counterfeiter who is using his counterfeit plates as part of a plot to destroy his father and younger brother.

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3 December 1957 (USA)  »

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Ranger Clint Travis: Kinda funny, ain't it, making counterfeit plates in prison. Ain't there some sort of regulation against that, Captain?
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29 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a pretty good episode. Travis is once again on a case - this time at a prison where some forgery plates were made. He's trying to get to the souse, but even when he does catching the man at it is still a trick.

The man responsible also has a brother who wants to be just like him. The brothers' father is an ex-con and wants his kids straight. It's too late for the older, but the younger is still under his care - but not for long! There is a moral lesson at the end of this episode which shows how far we can go by wanting to be just like those we admire and respect. Unfortunately, the price was very, very high for this teenager. he may have learned an important lesson (but we don't get to stick around and see). But was the lesson learned worth the cost?


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