Destry: Season 1, Episode 9

Ride to Rio Verde (10 Apr. 1964)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Destry career as a photographer's assistant is cut short when his friend and employer, Jim Logan, is murdered during a bank robbery. When a U.S. marshal asks for Destry's assistance is ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
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Harrison Destry
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Hatch
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Molder
John A. Alonzo ...
Jose (as John Alonzo)
Chris Alcaide ...
Ace
Ron Soble ...
Ballard
Barbara Werle ...
Flo
Tommy Farrell ...
Dal Jenkins ...
Yarrow
John Daheim ...
Zach (as John Day)
Pitt Herbert ...
The Clerk
Bill Walker ...
Swamper
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Maiya (as Angela Dorian)
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Destry career as a photographer's assistant is cut short when his friend and employer, Jim Logan, is murdered during a bank robbery. When a U.S. marshal asks for Destry's assistance is solving the crime, the cowpoke decides to use his reputation as an ex-convict to track down the outlaws and give the reward money to Logan's widow and children. Written by David Bassler

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10 April 1964 (USA)  »

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Dorothy B. Hughes' novel, "Ride the Pink Horse", was also the source for the 1947 film of the same name (Ride the Pink Horse (1947)). See more »

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Harrison Destry: Banking was a big business in the Old West and - after the saloon, of course - a bank was usually one of the first things built when a new town was started up... especially in those new cow towns that sprang up at the end of the cattle trails. When one of those big herds was delivered, a lot of money changed hands. Some made a career of working in quite a few different banks in different parts of the country. In most of these cases the law took an interest in their little game and ...
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