Jarrod travels to Baker City to meet three Mexican businessmen on a land deal.Upon arriving,he is told they have been there,not waited and returned home-slowly the truth comes out.

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Nick Barkley (credit only)
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Heath Barkley (credit only)
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Audra Barkley (credit only)
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Victoria Barkley (credit only)
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George Akers
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Alicia Akers
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Sally
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Francisco
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Sheriff Tom Hayes
Jorge Moreno ...
Paulo
Alex Tinne ...
Juan
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Hotel Clerk
Alice Backes ...
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Dirk Sampson (as Mike Mikler)
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Jarrod travels to Baker City to meet three Mexican businessmen on a land deal.Upon arriving,he is told they have been there,not waited and returned home-slowly the truth comes out.

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28 October 1968 (USA)  »

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Antoinette Bower, Kathie Brown and Jason Evers all appeared in Star Trek episodes. Brown and Evers together in "Wink of an Eye" and Bower in "Catspaw." See more »

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The end of the episode when Alicia Akers(Antoinette Bower) is riding her buggy out of town to meet Francisco(Michael Dante), he rides up on his Palomino horse. He gets off to get in the buggy with Alicia and instead of tying his horse to the buggy, he drives straight down the dirt road and his Palomino rides off to the left?? His two comrades come out of the bushes behind the buggy, one rides out from the left and the other from the right. Neither one of the men seem to care of Francisco loses his horse?? See more »

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Any three Mexicans will do
10 October 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The spotlight is on Richard Long in this episode as he is the only series regular in this story. Jarrod Barkley is visiting a nearby town to arrange a purchase of some Barkley real estate to three Mexican brothers and finds they have been lynched for the rape/murder of Antoinette Bower and the beating of her husband Jason Evers. Evers recognizes the trio when they come to town and the Mexicans are lynched all before Jarrod arrives.

But he's got a letter the tone of which convinces him that these people could not be sex criminals. More important there's a piece of information there that casts doubt on Evers's version. He and sheriff Frank Marth do some investigating and I have to say the conclusion was at some variance to how I thought it would come out.

This story is an Oxbow Incident type lesson against the evils of mob violence. That's always a good lesson that bears repeating.


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