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Decision at Los Robles 

While in Los Robles, Mexico, Ben is critically wounded by the town's cruel boss, John Walker. Ben manages to shoot and kill Walker, but now his son - the splitting image of his father - is ... See full summary »

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Ben Cartwright
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Eric 'Hoss' Cartwright
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Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright
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Candy Canaday
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Jed Walker (as William H. Bassett)
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Padre Xavier
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Doctor (as George D. Wallace)
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Ricardo
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John Walker
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While in Los Robles, Mexico, Ben is critically wounded by the town's cruel boss, John Walker. Ben manages to shoot and kill Walker, but now his son - the splitting image of his father - is hellbent on revenge. While Joe tends to his father's care, he tries in vain to embolden the town's residents, who for years have been intimidated into submission by Walker and their cronies. Eventually, Joe's efforts pay off and the Los Robles residents mount a stand against Walker's gang. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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15 March 1970 (USA)  »

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Cue the Spaghetti Western music
17 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Well here we have one of the "lost" episodes from some of the post Adam seasons. I do like these seasons being an unashamed fan of Candy Canady. In this Joe and Ben episode we see the Cartwrights in Ol' Mexico on business. they run afoul of John Walker and Ben is shot and subsequently kills Walker in self defense. the remainder of the episode sees Joe holed up in the mission trying to thwart Walkers' son Jed's revenge plans. Turns into a pretty formulaic but entertaining Spaghetti Western story at this point. Standout performances from Joe De Santis as the Padre and Lurch himself Ted Cassidy as right hand man Garth. Character actor William Bassett who is normally a fabulous villain is just OK chewing up scenery as the Walker son Jed. Overall an above average episode which reminds us again how much we miss Michael Landon.


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