Cade's County: Season 1, Episode 6

Gray Wolf (31 Oct. 1971)

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Taylor Lacher ...
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John Gray Wolf
Victor Campos ...
Rudy Davillo
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Sharon Acker ...
Roseann Claybourne
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Frank Stubock
James Luisi ...
Hal Claybourne
Douglas Kennedy ...
Capt. Steve Hoover
Betty Ann Carr ...
Betty Ann Sundown
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Tom Running Man
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A pro Indian story

The opening sequence, as usual in this TV show, is worth seeing. In a penitentiary, two con men succeed in their escape plan, through the garbage can truck of the prison which they hid in. One of the two is pretty dangerous, an Indian born, played by Cameron Mitchell. So, after their escape, our lead deputies are on alert to find those two. You have here a good character description, if not a real study; not in this kind of series. But that's enough to me. The Young escapee's besides Mitchell, is very interesting. It is not a story where Indians are shown in an evil way, although the escapee is one of them. It is emphasized on the fact that these people were spoiled all over the years by the white men. And all this may explain many things... Somewhere a poignant tale which deserves to be watched again.


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