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More bullets than words fly in this episode (or at least it seems that way) when Heyes and Curry board a stagecoach and take a ride to a stop with six other passengers. The stage stop is ... See full summary »

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Charlie Utley
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Harry Downs
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Clint Weaver
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Benjamin T. Bowers
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More bullets than words fly in this episode (or at least it seems that way) when Heyes and Curry board a stagecoach and take a ride to a stop with six other passengers. The stage stop is surrounded by thugs who know Heyes and Curry's identity and want to kill them for the bounty money. When the stationmaster refuses, the outlaws start blazing away while the stationmaster tries to figure out ways to fight back. Written by Peter Harris

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Fourteen Years of Bonanza Didn't Have...
8 October 2015 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

...as many bullets fly as in this one episode of AS&J. Keenan Wynn, Dana Elcar, L.Q. Jones and a young Randolph Mantooth (NBC's Emergency!) amongst others round out the cast here, in a tried-but-true storyline about a stagecoach waylaid en route to its destination. THIS one gets held up TWICE by the same gang, though...the second time while at a way station. It seems the gang leader's memory is a bit slow...

One gets to watch every character on the coach subtly change character, and one gets to change body temperature to room temperature - the one no one will like anyhow, so that's OK. A submissive wife finally tells off her windbag husband, too, which after fifty minute of his bluster makes it the best bit of dialogue in this episode. He ends up redeeming himself in her eyse in the end. Awwww...

Rather sad sometimes, what people will do (or endure) for money.


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