Black Saddle: Season 2, Episode 3

The Long Rider (16 Oct. 1959)

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On his way to Albuquerque, Marshal Scott's horse goes lame, and he gets a ride in a passing wagon train. The train son comes across a woman and two men, one of whom is injured, traveling on... See full summary »

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On his way to Albuquerque, Marshal Scott's horse goes lame, and he gets a ride in a passing wagon train. The train son comes across a woman and two men, one of whom is injured, traveling on foot. The wagon train master, Pa Scales, informs Scott that one of the men is a wanted criminal. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Moral Issues
26 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Marshal Scott's horse goes lame, he hitches a ride with a man and his father who don't care for lawmen. They soon come upon three people on the trail. Bill Logan, a known wanted man, has gangrene and doesn't have long to live. The men want to take the man to the town where he's wanted and collect the reward. Marshal Scott doesn't.

There is a huge moral issue in this - two actually. I can't reveal what they are, but it leaves a debate on if Marshal Scott did the right thing. Later, when his moral issue backfires he does something else that may cause some to cringe. My question: did he do the right thing? If not, what should he have done differently? Really, it's a gray area for me. I understood why he did it but in the end it didn't work out the way it was supposed to...


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