About to set out on a cattle drive, Ben hires a young drifter named Sam Jackson as one of his drovers. What he doesn't know is that Jackson is really outlaw Johnny Logan, who signed on to ... See full summary »

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Hallelujah Hicks
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About to set out on a cattle drive, Ben hires a young drifter named Sam Jackson as one of his drovers. What he doesn't know is that Jackson is really outlaw Johnny Logan, who signed on to the drive because he knew it was going to pass near the town of Waycross, and Logan is determined to kill the Waycross sheriff--who is his father. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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26 November 1960 (USA)  »

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Ben Cartwright: You were gonna throw down on your own father?
Johnny Logan: That's right. And as soon as I get the chance, I'm gonna kill him!
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Attributed to Daniel Decatur Emmett
Portion sung by Edgar Buchanan
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Killing Dad
1 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Characters involved: Father and son - John and Johnny Logan.

Main Characters: Hoss and Ben Cartwright. Little Joe and Adam are MIA.

For some odd reason, land tycoon and probably one of the richest men of his time is doing his own cattle drive with Hoss. He's desperate for hands and hires some with questionable reputations. Along comes a young man who seems really nice and all, but he was in prison and now wants to kill his father for putting him there.

The episode was a good one. There's a good lesson about tough love and accepting your family's mistakes and all. The characters were believable.

One thing about having an episode with a lot of character actors is watching several different of our baddies coming together to be bad and good. Every episode is unique, but it's nice to see the actor's character seems to have a lot in common show to show. Good episode.

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