Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15

The Last Train West (29 May 1956)

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Cheyenne is falsely accused of murder. He returns to White Bluff to clear his name.

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Barbara Lawrence ...
Lola McQuilan
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Bret
Barbara Eiler ...
Ruth
Gordon Jones ...
C.R. Tatum
Lane Bradford ...
Cliff O'Neill
Paul Savage ...
Deputy Orville Jones
Paul Sorensen ...
Jud Lawrence
Stan Jones ...
Sheriff
Lester Johnson ...
Frank Perry
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Storyline

Settlers are needed in Ocatilla Valley, California. For $1.00 you can book passage as long as you make it your permanent home. Cheyenne boards as Jim Wade to elude capture for a murder he didn't commit. A preacher's sister notices the ruse and swears she is going to expose him at the next stop. Cheyenne must now figure out how to stop her from revealing the truth before he has a chance to catch the real killers: Dave Delaney, Jud Lawrence and Frank Bates. Written by DrDOS

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29 May 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Wanted Poster on Cheyenne Bodie reads as follows: "WANTED Dead or Alive, Cheyenne Bodie, ESCAPED MURDERER, Description: 6 feet 3 inches, dark hair, reedy complexion. THIS MAN IS ARMED AND DANGEROUS. Convicted by Fair Trial, Cheyenne Bodie was convicted of murder at White Bluff. Reward will be paid by U.S. Marshal." See more »

Goofs

The number on the train engine was 18. When it pulled into Lone Butte the film must have been in backwards because the train number had changed to 81. See more »

Quotes

Cheyenne: I guess I'd rather hang for something I did than rot in prison for something I didn't.
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