Bat wins a herd of cattle in a card game in Laramie and discovers that in order to convert them into cash, he'll have to fight his way past a rancher determined to only allow his cattle to be sold in Cheyenne.





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Episode complete credited cast:
Raoul Cummings
Valorie Mitchell
Tyler McVey ...
Jim Thompson
Tom McKee ...
Jeff DeBenning ...
Horton (as Jeff De Benning)
Richard Warren ...
Husky drover
Wes Hudman ...
Henchman in Plaid Shirt
Bill Hale ...
Bill - Rancher
Texas Joe Foster ...
Poker Player (as Tex Foster)


On August 21, 1880 in Laramie, Wyoming Territory Bat becomes involved in a high stakes poker involving local rancher Jim Thompson. Thompson is short cash but says he will bet 1000 head of cattle based on the price of $5 per head. Bat feels there is a catch due to the low price but others vouch for the quality of Thompson's herd. Bat wins but when he decides to take the herd to Cheyenne to make a bigger profit, he learns that no one but Raoul Cummings has been able to move cattle to Cheyenne from Cummings himself. Cummings will buy the herd from Bat for $10 a head but Bat rejects the offer as they worth $25 in Cheyenne. He soon learns that Thompson still has other cattle he wants to sell in Cheyenne along with other local ranchers. With Bat leading the group they agree to make the short drive plus the attractive rancher Valorie Mitchell who joins them with her 400 head. She is attracted to Bat as all the ranchers can tell but in reality she is Cummings girl who he sent along to ... Written by Anonymous

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22 October 1958 (USA)  »

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William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson: Madam, your boudoir is set up among the oak trees.
Valorie Mitchell: Madam thanks you. See me to my door?
[Bat gives Valorie his arm]
William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson: Now what kind of cattle drive do you think this is?
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