When Bat learns that the two thousand dollars the Bassett brothers owe him is in jeopardy because of the shooting feud between the Bassetts and the Clements, Bat decides to intervene to protect his investment.



(as Dan Ullman)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Rod Clements
Clark Bassett
June Blair ...
Louise Clements
Hal Clements (as Steve Terrell)
Buck Young ...
Bill Bassett
Bob Clements
Eve Cotton ...
Jane Wilkens
Jack Lester ...
Cowboy with Warning
Robert Swan ...
Jim (as Bob Swan)
Jerome Loden ...
Cowboy at Camp


In the 1870s Bat owns the Frontier Palace casino in Wichita, Kansas. He has extended $2,000 credit to the Bassett brothers who are Marshals on a Saturday afternoon. They can't pay it off until Monday when the bank opens. A cowboy brings the news that the Clements clan has driven a herd in to sell. Rod Clements who is ramrodding the outfit is in a blood feud with the Bassett family. This has Bat worried about collecting the $2,000 he is owed so he tries to prevent a clash by asking the Bassetts to avoid them but they refuse. His next attempt is to ride out to the Clements camp. There he finds Rod ready for a fight but the Clements brothers more interested in finding an education for their eighteen year sister Louise. Bat agrees to take her to a family in Wichita. That evening when he takes her to his casino for dinner she meets Clark Bassett. They immediately take a common interest in each other but they don't know each other's last name. Bat lets Clark take Louise home but it leads to... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

19 November 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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The title is based on the proverb "Dead men tell no tales" as a warning not to betray any secrets. See more »


Cowhand: Those Bassett boys really got their work cut out for 'em. Rod Clements has killed four men that I know of and he's got help now besides.
William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson: Yeah, and these boys owe me money - and dead men don't pay their debts.
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