A young man starts hanging out with Silver City's hardcases and causes trouble for local businessmen. Clay travels across the border to Mexico and convinces the young man's father, a wanted... See full summary »

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Read Morgan ...
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Frank Barton (as Denver D. Pyle)
Jack Chaplain ...
Jeb Barton
Reedy Talton ...
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Robert C. Ross ...
Gabe - Henchman
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Phil Tully ...
Charlie - Bartender
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A young man starts hanging out with Silver City's hardcases and causes trouble for local businessmen. Clay travels across the border to Mexico and convinces the young man's father, a wanted outlaw, to return to Arizona and convince his son not to follow the outlaw trail. Written by David Bassler

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outlaw | mexico | safe | robbery | hotel | See All (11) »

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25 March 1961 (USA)  »

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[discussing outlaw Frank Barton's son, Jeb]
Clay McCord: Ever since she passed away, he's been runnin' wild... gettin' into one scrape right after the other.
Frank Barton: Well, McCord, boys will be boys. What are you tryin' to do - stunt his growth? I was the same way when I was his age.
Clay McCord: Yeah - and look at you now.
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