Jeff sees enticing wanted robber Vetta Nygood, tails her to a remote mountain hideout, but her accomplices nab him. The ice-cold gang leader Hammett panics, so he ties & gags Jeff up in the... See full summary »

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
Louis Quinn ...
Jacqueline Beer ...
Kathleen Crowley ...
Vetta Nygood
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Kim MacGowen
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Deek
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Marlin
Manning Ross ...
Dan
Jack Mather ...
Sheriff Reyben
Ricky Kelman ...
Randolph (as Rickey Kelman)
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Max (as Rusty Stevens)
Robert John Pittman ...
Ajax (as Robert Pittman)
Mickey Simpson ...
Butch
Cynthia Pepper ...
Donna
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Jeff sees enticing wanted robber Vetta Nygood, tails her to a remote mountain hideout, but her accomplices nab him. The ice-cold gang leader Hammett panics, so he ties & gags Jeff up in the abandoned house's attic. Then the 3 robbers flee after divvying up the loot, before the 4th thug, the menacing Deek arrives to claim his cut. Who gets to Jeff first: a chummy rattlesnake, the cops or the vengeful Deek ? Written by David Stevens

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16 September 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Good story

This episode does take place outside L.A. but that doesn't prevent us to have the usual the jazzy atmosphere which we had in other episodes, a musical atmosphere usually used with urban stories. It's not the best of the series, just an agreeable episode where John Dehner plays a good heavy, a character which he was not so used to in his career. You have already read the topic above, so...

Jeff carries the whole thing here and the suspense is at the rendezvous. And I don't mention Lee Van Cleef in a very early performance, and not as a priest...

Yes, a rather solid tale, and nothing light or comedy touch here. Unlike so many other episodes of the series.


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