Black Saddle (1959–1960)
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Mr. Simpson 

President Grant is due into Latigo and the pressure is on Clay and Marshal Scott to see that he gets there safely. Unfortunately, there are many who don't want to see this happen.

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Anna-Lisa ...
Nora Travers
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Wendell Holmes ...
Doc Hazen
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Alan Dexter ...
Charles Harvey
John Newton ...
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President Grant is due into Latigo and the pressure is on Clay and Marshal Scott to see that he gets there safely. Unfortunately, there are many who don't want to see this happen.

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22 January 1960 (USA)  »

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President Ulysses S. Grant: By the way Marshal, were you in the war?
Marshal Gib Scott: Yes sir. I worked at corporal in the seventh Illinois.
President Ulysses S. Grant: How about you, Mr. Cohane?
Clay Culhane: I was in the calvary, sir.
President Ulysses S. Grant: Yes? Under who's command?
Clay Culhane: Robert E. Lee.
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A Woman's Perspective
4 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

In this episode, a man comes into the hotel and mysteriously reserves two rooms. When asked the name, he simply says "Mr. Simpson." Later, Mr. Jenkins is found shot outside of town. When Marshal Scott and Clay investigate further, they learn he is from the Secret Service. The two men who tried to gun him down are still at large.

Of course it doesn't take us long to figure out that the President of the United States, Grant, is due into Latigo. There is still a lot of hatred after the war; and a lot of people want to kill the ex-Union general!

The story has a few twists. People you think are good turn out to be against the President, but in the end we know the President comes out okay. Of course, it's all thanks to our Latigo heroes.

But still, four people die.


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