Cheyenne rides into Paradise Springs the town of friendly people. When he's greeted with fists instead and has to stand trial, he finds the judge's wife knows more than she's telling but he remembers her too but doesn't know why.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Cora Culver
Judge Dana Culver
George MacDonald
Jack Pepper ...
Hoyt (as Dubb Taylor)
Thomas Browne Henry ...
Editor John (as Tom Brown Henry)


Cheyenne arrives at the town Paradise Springs. The sign at the edge town says it is a town of friendly people. He stops at a hotel/bar for a meal. As he finishes his meal three men enter to confront him. They inform him he should move on before night fall. When Cheyenne returns to the stable to check on his horse, the same three men knock him out and haul him out of town in a wagon. The next day he returns to see who they are. They work at a ranch owned by the wealthiest man in the area who developed the town and area. Cheyenne confronts the leader of the three men George MacDonald resulting in a fight Cheyenne loses when the ranch hands grab him. The owner Judge Dana Culver has Cheyenne arrested and presides over his trial the next day. A lost case for Cheyenne turns around when the newspaper editor confirms Cheyenne's story. Culver hires Cheyenne who is looking for work and now wants to figure out what is going on. McDonald and his two buddies are under arrest but they escape after ... Written by Anonymous

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13 December 1955 (USA)  »

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Clint Walker and his adversary in this show[The Outlander (#1.5)], Leo Gordon, later appeared together as adversary's also in the 1966 film 'The Night of the Grizzly'. See more »


After McDonald signals for Cora to come out and meet him she throws on a shaw and exits her room. The scene changes to outside her room with her closing the door with her shaw in her hand. See more »


George MacDonald: [referring to Cheyenne] Maybe he's just big on the outside.
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Prairie Springs "The Town Of Friendly People"
2 November 2006 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Thats what the sign read as Cheyenne Bodie headed into town looking for work. Stopping off at the saloon to get a square meal after a hard day's ride, he was kinda surprised to be told to move on by a ranch foreman by the name of MacDonald backed up by his ranch hands.

MacDonald, played menacingly to good effect by screen heavy LEO GORDON, does not convince our hero to hit the trail and later corners Cheyenne in the Livery stable. Outnumbered, Bodie succumbs to the flying fists of his adversaries.

So I guess it seems that Prairie Springs is not so friendly after all, but you can't keep a good man down and this just strengthens Cheyenne's resolve to find out what gives and to pay Macdonald back in kind.

From this point on the story begins to unfold, and the reason for MacDonald wanting to keep Bodie away becomes only too clear!!! An enjoyable oater, but what has Cheyenne done with his sidekick Smitty, he does not appear in this episode?

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