Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: Season 5, Episode 16

The Most Fatal Disease (1 Feb. 1997)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Family | Western
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When Kid Cole (guest star Johnny Cash) and his wife, Sister Ruth (guest star June Carter Cash), stop to see Mike while escorting mail order brides to San Francisco... See full synopsis »

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When Kid Cole (guest star Johnny Cash) and his wife, Sister Ruth (guest star June Carter Cash), stop to see Mike while escorting mail order brides to San Francisco... See full synopsis »

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Johnny Cash's guitarist, Bob Wootton of The Tennessee Three, acted as Cash's stunt double anytime there was a scene that required Cash to ride a horse because he had a fear of horses. See more »

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Cash and June Carter in fine performances ......
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Johnny Cash appears here in his last episode as the dying ex-gunfighter, Kid Cole. June Carter Cash also appears in a strong performance as the woman of faith, a role that mirrored her own deep beliefs.

Cash brought a dignity and realism to this character that was very refreshing. His role here as the troubled Kid Cole reminds us all that life is a transition process that never ends. It is never too late to change or learn from past mistakes.

This episode seemed , in many ways,to mirror the life of Cash and June Carter ...... with ups & downs and ultimate triumph. Don't miss this one. This is TV at its finest!


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