Buffalo Bill, Jr.: Season 1, Episode 20

Legacy of Jesse James (23 Jun. 1955)

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Survivors of Jesse James old outlaw gang try to recover his hidden loot with a pieces of a torn treasure map.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Buffalo Bill Jr. (as Dick Jones)
Nancy Gilbert ...
Harry Cheshire ...
Max McCreary
House Peters Jr. ...
Bob Kent
Bert Corey (as Buzz Henry)
William Fawcett ...
Cass Ricketts
Julian Rivero ...


Survivors of Jesse James old outlaw gang try to recover his hidden loot with a pieces of a torn treasure map.

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23 June 1955 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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With Bill Jr, Calamity and the Judge tied up by the lake, the Indians start shooting. Bill tells Calamity to untie his roads and then tells her to untie the Judge. Bill's lips never move. See more »

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There is a lot of useless stuff going on in this episode.
10 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode centers around the Jessie James group of years ago. What has happened is Jessie James has buried a treasure of money and made a map. He tore the map into four pieces and they were to all get back together later and locate the money. But Jessie James is dead and Max McCreary in jail.

When Max is released from jail, another one of the gang members is killed. This just leaves Max and another man, Bob Kent. Kent returned to the scene knowing that Max would be returning. But it appears that Kent, who came to the area since he knew Max would return, is helping the Judge locate the money. And when Max takes the last piece of the map from Kent and ties up Bill Jr, Calamity and the Judge it looks like Max will get want he has been waiting for.

There is kind of a semi-plot that has a friend of Bill's accused of killing the man that Max killed but that story was more of a time filler than an interesting story. As hard as the writers tried to connect the two stories together, it really took time away from the interesting story about the hidden money. There is a lot of action in this episode but much was unnecessary and added nothing to the story. After some good episodes, this one was not strong. Just an average watch.

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