Cimarron Strip (1967–1968)
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A would be homesteading family is so afraid after seeing two men lynched by a rancher's gang, they refuse to cooperate with Marshall Crown, until one of them blackmails the rancher.

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Francis (credit only)
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Jared Arlyn
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David Arlyn
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Ruth Arlyn
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Will Arlyn
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Pinky
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Owley
Robert Sorrells ...
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Charlie Ives
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Youngston
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A homesteading family see two men being violently dragged by four horsemen and later see the two men lynched from a tree. Deciding they don't want to get involved in another town's troubles, the family members refuse to identify the killers until one of the men tries to blackmail the lynchers' ringleader. Written by Anonymous

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7 March 1968 (USA)  »

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Obvious stunt double for Stuart Whitman in the fight with Roy Jenson at the end of the movie. See more »

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Dulcey Coopersmith: If you're referring to Marshal Crown, he's a very fair man. He always wants what's right.
David Arlyn: He sounds like my father... but what is right?
Dulcey Coopersmith: Well, I'd like to think that right brings good for everyone - not just myself - even if it hurts me or brings me pain.
David Arlyn: Good for everyone...
Dulcey Coopersmith: Could anything be more right?
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Great story & acting ........
7 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cimmaron Strip was one of my favorite western TV series from the late 1960's. Stuart Whitman was at home in the west and his performances as the US Marshal in this series were always top-notch.

In this episode, two vagabonds are hung by villain David Brian's cowpokes ---- after being drug behind a couple of horses ! The men, wrongly suspected of rustling, are discovered by a family of religious immigrants (led by Star Trek's Mark Lenard).

This episode is compelling, featuring revenge, greed, religious conviction and family conflict. Whitman is outstanding, showing a resolute tenacity that made him the kind of lawman needed during those frontier days.

Highly recommended, one of the best of the series !


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