Black Saddle: Season 1, Episode 11

Client: Mowery (28 Mar. 1959)

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Grat Mowery, a notorious gunfighter, is dying and asks Clay's help in writing his will, as he has a considerable sum of money to leave to his heirs. Culhana has no idea, however, that ... See full summary »

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Anna-Lisa ...
Nora Travers (as Anna Lisa)
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Grat Mowery
Barry Atwater ...
Coley Dakins
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Pit Thatcher
Charles Tannen ...
Andy Benson
Hank Patterson ...
Harvey Morgan
Joseph Hamilton ...
Henry Blair (as Joe Hamilton)
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Grat Mowery, a notorious gunfighter, is dying and asks Clay's help in writing his will, as he has a considerable sum of money to leave to his heirs. Culhana has no idea, however, that Mowery's "estate" consists of money stolen in a bank robbery in Durango. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Marshal Gib Scott: I'm goin' through my wanted files. Could be that's where I've seen Malloy's face before.
Clay Culhane: Well now, while you're at it, don't overlook Dakins and Thatcher. The price on their heads might take the one off yours.
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A Woman's Perspective
8 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Grant Mowery is drunk and ready for a fight, and he gets it. But Marshal Scott's shot isn't enough to kill him. He stays alive long enough to have Clay draw up a will for him. His estate will be split three ways - Marshal Scott is the third party. Obvious to the reason, Clay decides to try and save the Marshal's life and figure out what to do.

Two mean men ride into town, wanting to collect their inheritance, which currently is taking up residence in an old suitcase found in a hotel room.

The plot was pretty darn ingenious. I haven't seen this story too often, though something sort of similar occurred in The Rifleman.

There are a lot of witty sayings in this episode, which always makes it more entertaining.

Two dead, one wounded.


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