The once friendly annual rodeo between the Barkley and Morton ranches has become a nasty, win-at-all-costs event. An ex-slave "super cowboy" raises the stakes when he agrees to compete for the Barkleys.

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Rufus Morton
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The once friendly annual rodeo between the Barkley and Morton ranches has become a nasty, win-at-all-costs event. An ex-slave "super cowboy" raises the stakes when he agrees to compete for the Barkleys.

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20 January 1969 (USA)  »

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An unusual weak show
18 April 2013 | by (Costa Rica) – See all my reviews

When one reviewer said that this episode needed to be seen because of Lou Rawls, I nearly spit up. He is a great singer and perhaps a nice man but watching him was like watching someone read a script for the first time. Then again, this was Lou's first acting gig so I guess it can be overlooked. The episode looked almost promising until they find out that Lou's character may have a warrant against him and a character played by Royal Dano wants to shoot it up with the Barkleys. Then as many shows from the 60's it turns into a slavery issue when Lou wants to find the same stars that his family followed while moving north. The episode felt like two stories in one show and neither was fascinating.


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