Buffalo Bill, Jr. (1955–1956)
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First Posse 

Bill teams up with Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to round up an outlaw gang.

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Buffalo Bill Jr. (as Dick Jones)
Nancy Gilbert ...
Calamity
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Judge Ben (Fair 'n' Square) Wiley
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Doc Holliday
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Bill teams up with Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to round up an outlaw gang.

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18 April 1955 (USA)  »

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Marshal Wyatt Earp: There were witnesses on the Bisbee stage when you killed the driver. They'll identify you.
Frank Stillwell: Maybe... and maybe not. I've got friends in Tombstone, Earp, so don't hold your breath.
Buffalo Bill Jr.: You better worry about holdin' your breath, Mr. Stillwell. They tell me that hangman's noose fits pretty snug.
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The story was at least interesting.
7 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

In this episode, there is a villain, Frank Stillwell, that has been causing problem in nearly every city in the wild west. But this time we have Marshal Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to take care of the situation. But things do not go as planned.

When Stillwell is caught by the Marshal's gang, the Judge lets them off on a technicality. Now Stillwell is bound back to Wileyville to take revenge on Bill Jr for getting him arrested in the first place. It will end up that Calamity and Bill Jr may help out the Marshal in trying to catch the fame outlaw, Stillwell.

This was actually an interesting story. We even have the renown James Griffith playing a good guy which is very unusually in any story. The story was mildly entertaining and the stunts were first rate. The production made for an interesting tale from the old west.

The villain, played by Lane Bradford, seems to be a regular. This is the third time in the same season that he has played a rough in the series.


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