The daughter of an old and valued ranch hand is brought to the Barkley home to see her dying father. She blames him for ruining her life.

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Heath Barkley (credit only)
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Rosemary Williams
Frank Marth ...
Walter Meeder
E.J. André ...
Sam Williams (as E.J. Andre)
Robert Cornthwaite ...
Marv Bayless
Douglas Kennedy ...
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Nora Marlowe ...
Martha Tate
Ron Chapman ...
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Napoleon Whiting ...
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The daughter of an old and valued ranch hand is brought to the Barkley home to see her dying father. She blames him for ruining her life.

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3 April 1967 (USA)  »

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Lee Grant and Peter Breck are excellent together in this show
2 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sam Williams is an old ranch had that has been with the Barkley's for many years. He is shot by cattle rustlers and is in serious condition. As he lays near death he keeps calling his daughter's name Rosemary.

Nick sets out to Mesa Nevada where Sam's daughter is suppose to be a school teacher. However Nick finds out that Rosemary (Lee Grant) is not a member of society but a dancing saloon girl. At first Rosemary does not want to see her father but after a Nick Barkley saloon fight she agrees to take the trip only after being paid to make the trek.

Most people are shocked to find out that she is a saloon dancer even with her prancing around in her bright color saloon dress. And the Barkley's will try to let Sam believe that his daughter is still a school teacher. But the circumstance changes when Jarrod learns that the cattle rustlers are closer than anyone expected.

Lee Grant and Peter Breck are excellent together in this nice story. It is always nice to get an episode featuring Peter Breck and this one does not disappoint.


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