Culhane is hired to fight the extradition of Juan Martinez whom murderous lawmen in the employ of the current regime turn up in Latigo with papers to arrest and return the Mexican revolutionary to return to his homeland.

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Anna-Lisa ...
Nora Travers (as Anna Lisa)
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Juan Martinez
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Calderon
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Ric Roman ...
Lopez
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Felipe Turich ...
El Mudo
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Culhane is hired to fight the extradition of Juan Martinez whom murderous lawmen in the employ of the current regime turn up in Latigo with papers to arrest and return the Mexican revolutionary to return to his homeland.

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7 March 1959 (USA)  »

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[four Mexicans confront Clay with guns drawn]
Calderon: Pardon, senor. It is a mistake.
Clay Culhane: Is it?
Calderon: You are frightened, senor. You think that we are bandits.
Clay Culhane: I don't exactly take you for traveling salesmen.
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A Woman's Perspective
7 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clay knows something is up when four Mexicans chase him on the word to Latigo and make it apparent they don't want company. When he meets a lone Mexican, instinct tells him this man is the one they are waiting for. After warning Juan, he helps him get away from the bandits.

Trouble occurs in Latigo. There is tension and disagreement on how the situation should be handled between Clay and the town marshal. The Marshal naturally wants to honor the warrant the Mexicans give him, but Clay wants to seek a pardon. Who is right, and who will win in the end?

Nora, being a woman, is soft when it comes to Juan's demise and does everything she can to protect him - even break the law.

The episode ended with a shoot out. In the end, there were four dead...really!


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