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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Buffalo Bill Jr. (as Dick Jones)
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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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22 June 1955 (USA)  »

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[the Judge returns from the county seat and finds Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch locked in a jail cell]
Judge Ben 'Fair and Square' Wiley: Who, ah?
Marshal Jeffrey: They did it.
Calamity: We helped get the money back and capture Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch. We're heroes!
Judge Ben 'Fair and Square' Wiley: So? Well, one of you little heroes is going to have to wash the dishes tonight and the other's gonna have to chop a pile of wood.
Buffalo Bill Jr.: Oh, now just a minute, Judge.
Judge Ben 'Fair and Square' Wiley: And to make dead sure that the job gets well done, I'm going to take both of you into protective custody and ...
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One of the better shows in the series.
10 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode started out well. It begins with the US having an out post that for some strange reason charges a toll to travel the road ahead. The post is manned by Barnacle Barney that is an old seaman and builds the outpost like a deck of a ship. Here he even has time to teach Calamity maritime flag signaling, this will come in handy later on in the episode.

It just so happens that a stagecoach loaded with money arrives at the outpost. The money is guarded by Marshal Jeffrey that stays with the money the entire time. But when they stop at the outpost the entire stagecoach is stolen with the Marshal inside. The Marshal is nearly able to get the upper hand but is knocked out. Now the main criminal, Butch Cassidy, puts on the Marshal's badge and pretends to be the Marshal with the real Marshal as Butch Cassidy.

Bill Jr and the Judge helps the fake Marshal by putting the real Marshal in jail. With the Marshal in jail, Butch and his gang is ready to take the money south of the border. But they will have to go through Barnacle Barney's toll road and he has been alerted.

This episode was well done except for the fact that Bill Jr and Calamity is able to outsmart the criminal that people have been chasing for years. It would have been better just to use a unknown name but nearly all episodes has some history lesson for the viewer. Overall it was an entertaining episode that held the interest to the very end. Good watch.


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