Clay finds himself trapped in a cabin with Laurie Wicks, her new husband and their sick child, who may die unless they can get help. Outside the cabin is Laurie's ex-husband Frank, a ... See full summary »

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Marshal Gib Scott (credit only)
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Carl Wickes
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Clay finds himself trapped in a cabin with Laurie Wicks, her new husband and their sick child, who may die unless they can get help. Outside the cabin is Laurie's ex-husband Frank, a violent ex-convict who wants revenge against his ex-wife and has brought along his gang. Laure's husband is a coward who's concerned only with saving himself, so Clay has to figure a way to get rid of Frank and his gang in time to get help for Laure's dying child. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 April 1960 (USA)  »

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Change of heart
21 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clay Culhane is the only main character in this episode. His horse is stolen at gunpoint outside Latigo and he traces it to a cabin. A man and his wife and child live here. The child is very sick and at risk of dying. The man is very selfish - only thinking of himself. The woman is a loving wife, willing to risk outlaws to save her daughter.

Clay gets to the cabin in time to keep the man from taking her very sick child. He's raised the girl as his own, but when it comes down to it he has no feelings for the child.

The main "bad" guy in this episode is played by Lee Van Cleef. His character is an interesting one, though his change came a bit too suddenly for me. The ending will leave one questioning what happened next. Our romantic ideals can take over here.


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