Ralph and Pam are enjoying watching federally protected horses running free on an open plain. However, some rustlers appear and illegally start rounding up the horses, which Ralph is unable... See full summary »

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Justin King
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Sheriff
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Charley
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Matt
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Dr. Mor
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Ranch Hand
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Martha Wells
Beach Dickerson ...
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Ralph and Pam are enjoying watching federally protected horses running free on an open plain. However, some rustlers appear and illegally start rounding up the horses, which Ralph is unable to stop them without his suit, and Bill and Pam are unable to convince the local law enforcement to help without any concrete proof. Written by Darrylb500

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The title is from the 1973 song "Desperado" written by Glenn Frey and Don Henley and performed by The Eagles. See more »

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After Ralph gets knocked out he is awaken by the Black Stallion, during this first scene he is clearly wearing a different shirt. It has more red and a different pattern. When the camera cuts out to him getting up it is a much different shirt again. Not as red and a much different pattern. See more »

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Desperado
Written by Stephen Geyer
Performed by Joey Scarbury
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