Black Saddle: Season 1, Episode 3

Client: McQueen (24 Jan. 1959)

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An old friend of Clay's gets in touch with him, and tells him that he's lost his ranch to a crooked foreman. He asks Clay's help in getting it back.

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Basil Ruysdael ...
Senator Neil McQueen
Lisa Gaye ...
Susan Kent
Charles H. Gray ...
Josh Holt (as Charles Gray)
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Michael Kent (as Patrick MacNee)
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Alex Booth
Tim Graham ...
Judge
Charles Horvath ...
Santos, Male Nurse
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An old friend of Clay's gets in touch with him, and tells him that he's lost his ranch to a crooked foreman. He asks Clay's help in getting it back.

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Senator Neil McQueen: As I see it, you have a vested interested in this place?
Clay Culhane: Which is?
Senator Neil McQueen: Two granite slabs in the buryin' plot behind the big house. They got two names on 'em - they both read "Culhane"... figured that's where your brothers would want to be.
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When in the West...
6 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One can already assume that if you live in the West (as seen on TV), your family, friends, and enemies are all going to turn on you. This episode showed just how loving family can be. We have Josh, who was "like a son" to the Senator, and we have his daughter. The ending gave quite a shock. One person wasn't involved in the scheme which absolutely surprised me. The person I thought was left in the dark was the mastermind behind the whole thing!!!

This episode takes us away from the other characters. Peter gets the whole stage in this episode, and he of course shows off his lawyer smarts - and shows us why he was the 'left over Culhane," as Josh Holt so kindly put it!


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