Black Saddle: Season 2, Episode 4

The Hotel (23 Oct. 1959)

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Nora returns from San Francisco and announces she plans to sell the hotel and move to San Francisco for good. Clay and Marshal Scott set out to change her mind.

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Anna-Lisa ...
Nora Travers (as Anna Lee)
John Alderson ...
Big Sam Davis
K.L. Smith ...
Fuzz Walker
Joseph Breen ...
Dee Martin
James Rawley ...
William Taylor
Carol Kent ...
Lilly
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Nora returns from San Francisco and announces she plans to sell the hotel and move to San Francisco for good. Clay and Marshal Scott set out to change her mind.

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Marshal Gib Scott: Never met a woman who said what she really meant.
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26 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...except for a fight at the end, this was a pretty light-hearted episode. Nora arrives from San Francisco and finds both Marshal Scott and Clay Culhane waiting for her. She quickly announces she plans on selling the hotel and moving back to San Francisco, and both men work at changing her mind. Before all is said in done, both will propose to her but the proposals are not in the kindest of words. She is quite put-off by their ungentlemanly ways and makes sure they know their barbaric methods are not appreciated.

One can't help but to laugh out loud on this episode as we watch both men grovel for her affection and beg her to stay. The question remains until the very end of the episode: where she stay or will she go?


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