Colonel Hunter, a former Confederate officer returns to Texas to call on Kathy McLennan, the wife of a dead soldier who had been killed while serving under him during the Civil War. He ... See full summary »

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Colonel Rob Hunter
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Kathy McLennan
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Pittser Chisum
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Jeb Russell
Mel Ruick ...
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Fred Nelson
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Colonel Hunter, a former Confederate officer returns to Texas to call on Kathy McLennan, the wife of a dead soldier who had been killed while serving under him during the Civil War. He discovers that the widow and other ranchers in the valley had been cheated by a wealthy cattle baron who gave them legally unclaimable IOUs in when purchasing their stock. Hunter tries to reason with the cattle baron, but when this fails devises a tactic to recover the money stolen from them. Written by David Bassler

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1 January 1965 (USA)  »

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John Chisum: I hear ya been sweetin' up to Paul McLennan's widow.
Colonel Rob Hunter: Not much you miss.
John Chisum: No. Did she tell you about our business deal?
Colonel Rob Hunter: She said you paid her for your cattle with paper.
John Chisum: Still buyin' from me?
Colonel Rob Hunter: I never mix pleasure with business.
John Chisum: You *are* my kind, ain't ya?
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