Cheyenne is deputized to look for six men who went missing in the area. He finds more than he bargained for when he meets the Durango family and their strong desire to marry off the youngest in their family -- Lottie.





Episode complete credited cast:
Lottie Durango
Calhoun Durango
Hortense Durango
Mickey Simpson ...
Homer Durango
Charlie Briggs ...
Obed Durango (as Charles Briggs)
Warren Douglas ...
Ronald Gardner
Phil Arnold ...
Young Man
Alex Sharp ...
Calvin (as Alex Sharpe)


The three Durango brothers bring home a drummer to spend the night and meet their younger sister Lottie. At 25 their mother thinks it is a disgrace she isn't married but none of the suitors they bring suit Lottie. Back in town the boys spend their time in the saloon where Homer is known as the champion of arm wresting besting all comers. Cheyenne enters the saloon after one of Homer's victories as they celebrate. Homer challenges him since Cheyenne has $30 to bet. To their surprise Cheyenne wins prompting Homer to want to beat up Cheyenne until the boys realize he might be the one for Lottie. They offer him lodging and meals which Cheyenne accepts. Lottie is instantly attracted to him putting into motion their plans for a wedding - without Cheyenne's consent. Unknown to them Cheyenne is a deputy looking for signs of six men who went missing in the area. His refusal to marry Lottie set in motion plans for him to become number seven as Cheyenne evades them in a comedy of errors. Written by Anonymous

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24 September 1962 (USA)  »

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Clint Walker does not take his shirt off in this episode. See more »


Calhoun Durango: [to Cheyenne] Just unstrap the gunbelt and drop it.
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