An old Barkley family friend who is now a Senator travels to Stockton.The visit is spoiled by the Senator's fear of being assassinated.

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Senator Jud Robson
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Salazar
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Walt Tompkins
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Frank Keller
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Charlie Hodges
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An old Barkley family friend who is now a Senator travels to Stockton.The visit is spoiled by the Senator's fear of being assassinated.

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6 February 1967 (USA)  »

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A Senator sees enemies around every turn
20 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Andrew Duggan is well cast as a senator named Jud Robson that comes to the Barkley Ranch for a visit. The Senator which has come up from the ranks of law enforcement to US Senator has made a few enemies along the way. After receiving a threatening letter, the Senator has a strong fear of an assassination attempt of his life. The fear is so strong that he suspects nearly everyone.

However, with this fear, the Senator finds a way to visit the town's saloon and gets into a card game with a man named Keller. When Keller takes nearly all of the Senator's money, the Senator believes that the man named Keller is part of a group ready to kill him. In a suspicious incident, the Senator shoots Keller and then claims self-defense. There is even a man claiming that he saw Keller draw first-- but we as the viewer know that is not the truth. The Senator could be getting away with murder all due to his election to office.

Mr Duggan is excellent as the US Senator that see ghosts behind every tree. The way he went from talking like a respectable Senator to a paranoid madman was near perfect. With the nice acting and the well rounded script this show was a pleasure to watch.

NOTE- Why the credit list Joyce Jameson as 'The Blond' is unknown. I thought she was more of a red head plus had a name of Pearl.


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