Buffalo Bill, Jr.: Season 1, Episode 19

Redskin Gap (22 Jun. 1955)

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Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch rob a stagecoach carrying a mine's payroll. Butch knocks out the marshal guarding the money and exchanges identities with the unconscious lawman. While ... See full summary »

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Dickie Jones ...
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Nancy Gilbert ...
Harry Cheshire ...
Harry Lauter ...
Hank Patterson ...
Gregg Barton ...
Marshal Jeffrey
Eddie Parker ...
Henchman Gil Carter (as Edwin Parker)
Bob Woodward ...
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Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch rob a stagecoach carrying a mine's payroll. Butch knocks out the marshal guarding the money and exchanges identities with the unconscious lawman. While leafing through a stack of wanted posters, Bill discovers the truth and attempts to recover the loot with the help of his sister, Calamity and an old sea-dog called Barnacle Barney. Written by David Bassler

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Judge Ben 'Fair and Square' Wiley: Of all the hard-ridin', hard-shootin', just plain hard hombres that ever plagued the American frontier, about the worst was a passle of outlaws that called themselves "The Wild Bunch." Butch Cassidy was the leader. They seemed to be headin' for the Mexican border. The border's not far south of Wileyville. The only way across it for a good many miles is the toll road through Redskin Gap. The combination toll collector, border guard and chief cook is a retired sea dog named Barnacle Barney. ...
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