Marshall Crown hires a one-handed gunslinger as a deputy, not realizing the man has assumed the identity of a slain lawman and is intent on avenging himself on members of his former gang ... See full summary »

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Marshall Crown hires a one-handed gunslinger as a deputy, not realizing the man has assumed the identity of a slain lawman and is intent on avenging himself on members of his former gang who abandoned him after he was wounded in a payroll hold-up. Written by David Bassler

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21 December 1967 (USA)  »

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Zena: What about me, Bo?
Bo Woodard: You're last. I saved the best for last.
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Opening credits prologue: FORT CONCHO, TEXAS 1880

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JD Cannon is Great but Anthony James steals it
2 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nice little episode of Revenge in waiting,as JD Plays a one-handed Outlaw seeking revenge on his band of Army pay wagon cronies. JD becomes a deputy to Marshall Crown after he guns down in questionable fashion his first mark of revenge of one of his "Leave him for dead" outlaw pals. He uses his new "deputy" status to one by one,knock off the entire bunch who sold him out,left him for a corpse 7 years earlier and locked up in a territorial prison. Anthony James is as usual,an incredible character and really steals this Show. The Cimarron Strip,terrific show and OWNED by STUART WHITMAN during it's one year run,somehow rounded up at least 7 actors he saw in "Cool Hand Luke" including the one of a kind CLIFTON JAMES in another great episode with Harry Dean Stanton(another Cool Hand Luke Player)and the stand-out SUZANNE PLESHETTE.


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