Mia Bronson, a con artist, has used her ill-gotten money to take over an entire town. Among her victims is newspaper publisher Goerge Austin: she stole all of his advertisers and forced him... See full summary »

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(as John Dumas)

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Mia Bronson
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Charlotte Austin
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George Austin
John Kellogg ...
Dealer
George Robotham ...
Max
Allen Dodd ...
Karl
Bud Walls ...
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Mia Bronson, a con artist, has used her ill-gotten money to take over an entire town. Among her victims is newspaper publisher Goerge Austin: she stole all of his advertisers and forced him to sell her the paper for $10,000, half its value. Two of her other victims are Heyes and Curry, whom she cheats with marked decks of cards and has beaten up for complaining. Austin and his daughter find them and nurse them back to health. While recuperating, Heyes and Curry talk to Austin and find out he has been experimenting with the developing chemicals used in photography. He has developed a chemical printing process that will exactly duplicate an image, except that like a photographic negative it is in reverse. The boys come up with a plan. After cleaning up so Mia won't recognize them, they go into town and pass themselves off as counterfeiters who have hired Austin to do their printing for them. They show off two $1000 bills, one real and the other a duplicate. Mia demands more proof, and ... Written by Peter Harris

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Western

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24 February 1972 (USA)  »

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Though shown out of order, this was the first complete episode Roger Davis filmed. See more »

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Jed 'Kid' Curry: We try to avoid violence at all times, not to mention anything illegal.
Hannibal Heyes: Sometimes shady, perhaps, but never illegal.
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