Annie Oakley: Season 3, Episode 5

The Robin Hood Kid (1 Jul. 1956)

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When a range war over water rights appears imminent, a masked man wearing a Robin Hood costume supporting the homesteaders knocks down ranchers' fences and stampedes stock. When an impostor... See full summary »

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Gail Davis ...
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Brad Johnson ...
Tyler MacDuff ...
Cord Donnelly
Robert 'Buzz' Henry ...
Laredo Graves (as Buzz Henry)
Roy Barcroft ...
Pat Donnelly
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Cal Upton
William Fawcett ...
Gabe Upton
Howard Wright ...
Martin Owen
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When a range war over water rights appears imminent, a masked man wearing a Robin Hood costume supporting the homesteaders knocks down ranchers' fences and stampedes stock. When an impostor dons a similar costume and robs the Diablo bank both sides demand that Lofty bring the criminal to justice. Written by David Bassler

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1 July 1956 (USA)  »

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Tagg Oakley: Aw, you're just sore because you and Lofty haven't found the Robin Hood Kid yet, aren't ya?
Annie Oakley: Oh, we haven't caught him yet, Tagg, but we will. And remember this - you can break laws but eventually the law breaks you.
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