Annie Oakley: Season 3, Episode 20

Flint and Steel (14 Oct. 1956)

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Lofty and Annie become concerned when homesteaders are forced to sell their spreads cheaply because of rustlers, poisoned waterholes and cut fences. Annie tries to find out if the land-grab... See full summary »

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Gail Davis ...
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Brad Johnson ...
Jim Bannon ...
Frank Jessup
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Pa Wiggins
Virginia Dale ...
Ma Wiggins
Monte Blue ...
Tom Wheeler
Helen Brown ...
Mrs. Wheeler
Gregg Barton ...
Boyd Spencer
Mike Taylor ...
Roary Wiggins
Terry Frost ...
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Frank Richards ...
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Lofty and Annie become concerned when homesteaders are forced to sell their spreads cheaply because of rustlers, poisoned waterholes and cut fences. Annie tries to find out if the land-grab has anything to do with an earthquake that rocked to area immediately before the crime wave began. Written by David Bassler

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[to Tagg and Roy]
Annie Oakley: And you fellas listen to me. I know a jackknife is standard male equipment, but you're going to have to learn that can't use them like a tomahawk!
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