Jason rides into Silverton in time to see a gunfighter kill the town Sheriff. When Jason takes control of the situation and kills the gunfighter, he's asked to hire on as the town's new ...
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Jason rides into Silverton in time to see a gunfighter kill the town Sheriff. When Jason takes control of the situation and kills the gunfighter, he's asked to hire on as the town's new Sheriff. Jason makes sure they understand it's just for two weeks before he rides on. But trouble brews when the town doesn't agree with Jason's methods. Written by
As for your children, Silverton can look forward to a fine crop of quick-draw killers. When he's old enough for a real gun, maybe he'll kill most of those kids. Then he'll wait around until someone with a faster gun kills him.
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Yet another great episode! There was nobody with a friendly "goodbye" or "You really weren't a coward" at the end of this one. It was harsh reality - Jason was resented for trying to keep people from killing each other. And what he said about the boys growing up was like a punch in the gut, yet sadly after he left the citizens probably went on the way they always were.
I'm certainly glad he gave that punch in the nose at the end though, the ending was certainly dramatic and thought-provoking...
And I've see the deputy before...just can't recall where exactly!
I know Ben Johnson from "The Monroes."
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