When Clint Travis is falsely accused of Murder. Rynning sends him into Galioro Mountains to prove his innocence by finding the cattle rustlers who actually committed the crime.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Capt. Tom Rynning (as Tris Coffin)
Kelo Henderson ...
Jeremiah Kolb
Monte Blue ...
Frank Slater
Richard Garland ...
Harlan Breck
Walter Crane ...
John Marlin
George Ross ...
Corporal Smith
Bud Brown ...
Earl Slater
William Hall ...
Sam (as Bill Hall)
Jim Norman ...
Chad Williams
Jack Riggs ...
Other Rustler
Bill Gillis ...
Charlie Hall


Rynning and his rangers investigate a gang of clever cattle rustlers who steal only a few head at a time in order to better conceal their movements. They get a lead when a dying cowhand identifies one of the murderous crooks as the brother of a wealthy rancher. When Travis is forced to kill the accused man when he resists arrest tempers flare in town and Rynning orders his young protégé to head for the hills to find the herd of stolen stock and the rustlers who are behind the thefts. Written by David Bassler

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26 November 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Truth is harmful
27 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cattle rustlers shoot and critically wound a ranch hand. The rancher knows who the rustler is because he was named as the hand lay dying: Earl slater. After the rangers go to talk to Earl's brother, Frank, Travis is sent to look for Earl. But when he confronts Earl, he tries to shoot Travis. Instead, Travis shoots Earl. Because the brothers are well liked, the town is ready to hang him. Travis must get to the truth before it's too late! It was a pretty action packed episode that involved a shootout, quicksand, and a confession from a well-know gun fighter. Unfortnately, the truth comes at a high price, and the rangers learn that even the nicest of people can turn bad.

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