Cheyenne goes undercover as a singer/actor to expose a confederate conspiracy. He has a double who he switches places with during a performance. His wife likes this new husband but fellow ... See full summary »
Cheyenne goes undercover as a singer/actor to expose a confederate conspiracy. He has a double who he switches places with during a performance. His wife likes this new husband but fellow actor George thinks he is an impostor. When they accidentally run into an old acquaintance of Cheyenne's on a train George thinks he knows how to finally expose him. Written by
Part of this episode's plot involves a scar on Cheyenne's back, the result of a Sioux arrow. However, in all the shirtless scenes in which Cheyenne appeared, later in the series, this scar never seems to have been seen again. See more »
There are worse ways to die than by firing squad, Bodie. Down here we've learned a lot of them.
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This is one of the most interesting episodes of this great western show. Clint Walker as Cheyenne Bodie has to sing in it. We all know that he had a wonderful voice. He sang in one of his movies too (Night of the Grizzly) and he even recorded an album (called "Inspiration"). Here we can hear three other songs: Some Sunday morning, Whipcrack, Beautiful dreamer! There is another surprise in this episode: Clint plays a double role: He is Cheyenne and an actor who looks exactly like the main character. As the actor Clint appears very British and stylish. There is an shirtless scene too. All in all this episode is a great pleasure!
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