Bronco accompanies a corpse for $25 by train to Denver. On the same train is a friend escorting $100,000 plus a pretty blonde. At the end of the trip he finds himself in jail for stealing the money and then forced to find it by two men.



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Episode cast overview:
Jacquelyn McKeever ...
Laura Winters
Al Simon
Matt Larker
Jack Finley
Ned Atkins
Charles Maxwell ...
Sheriff Elliot
Jonathan Hole ...
Roy Engel ...
Marshal Nelson
Dale Johnson ...


Bronco is having a bad night playing poker. After he is cleaned out, a man asks him if he would be interested in a job. He needs someone to accompany a friend to Denver on the train that night and it pays $25. Bronco accepts but it is not until he arrives at the station he learns the man is an undertaker and he is accompanying a corpse. As he boards the train he runs into a pretty blonde and then his old friend Jack Finley who is escorting $100,000 to Denver for Wells Fargo. Bronco goes with him as he locks the money in the baggage car - with the corpse. The two then return to the passenger car where both take turns trying to impress Laura Winters, the blonde. She is a singer performing in Denver. When the train hits a bump, Bronco returns to the baggage car where the corpse is fine but the money is gone. As he prepares to go tell Jack, Jack enters the car and accuses Bronco of stealing the money. In Denver he goes to jail until two men bail him out wanting him to turn over the money ... Written by Anonymous

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29 December 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Ty Hardin strums a guitar and sings two songs. He also plays the guitar to accompany Jacquelyn McKeever when she sings "Secret Love," the Oscar-winning song from the 1953 Warner Bros. musical, "Calamity Jane." See more »

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