Black Saddle: Season 2, Episode 17

The Indian Tree (19 Feb. 1960)

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Marshal Scott sees Clay talking to his prisoner just before his hanging and is convinced the prisoner tells Clay where he hid the $10,000.00. However, Clay has more trouble when the ... See full summary »

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Marshal Scott sees Clay talking to his prisoner just before his hanging and is convinced the prisoner tells Clay where he hid the $10,000.00. However, Clay has more trouble when the southern belle of a girlfriend arrives in town hoping to find the money as well. Written by Michelle P.

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Where's the money?
19 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This entire episode focuses on one question: where's the money? And it amazes me that after all this time the Marshal still things Clay would be so dishonest as to take the money for himself! Furthermore, it's even more amazing that the author laughed when confronted with the truth.

Dallas, the outlaws girlfriend, is another interesting character. She is a interesting mixture of southern belle and outlaw's girl. She tries to seduce Clay, and when she sticks some of the money in her shirt, she and Clay go behind a tree. He comes back with the hidden money. Some things they just couldn't show on television back then - that's obviously why they went behind the tree...

There is a dramatized fight scene that must be done by wide-screen to make it look more dramatic. It always annoys me to see a man flying across the screen...

In all, three men died in this episode. One was arrested.


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