Hannibal and Face sneak into Carter's estate looking for clues to prove that he's illegally rustling mustangs, but they're discovered and they must kidnap Carter's niece to aid their escape. Reuniting with Murdock and B.A., they stop Carter's train on it's way to Mexico with a load of horses. Now very aware that Decker is hot on their heels, they decide to stick around to make one last ditch attempt to free one more load of horses, but when Hannibal, Face and B.A. are captured by Carter's men, it's up to Murdock and his alter ego, The Range Rider, to save the day. Written by
R. Bernard Ment
Did You Know?
This two-hour TV movie is usually shown as two parts in syndication. See more
B.A. stop moving, you're going to rub me raw with these ropes.
Sgt. Bosco "B.A." Baracus
I ain't moving, the train's moving.
Oh great, just what we need, an Abbott and Costello joke.
References The Range Rider