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Bless Me Till I Die 

Vengeful former convict Nate Bush sets off a tragic series of events when he informs Matt that well-liked new arrival Cole Treadwell is actually Cole Trankin, an escapee from the Arizona Territorial Prison.

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Vengeful former convict Nate Bush sets off a tragic series of events when he informs Matt that well-liked new arrival Cole Treadwell is actually Cole Trankin, an escapee from the Arizona Territorial Prison.

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22 April 1961 (USA)  »

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A very well performed episode.
30 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even though this episode places us in a very unfortunate story the show is so well performed that it was a pleasure to watch. In begins when a husband and wife, Cole and Beth Treadwell, ride into Dodge to settle down for awhile. But for some reason a visiting drunk, Nate Busch, starts trouble with the Treadwell's. It seems that Nate Busch remembers seeing Cole Treadwell earlier in life but just cannot remember where or when.

In the meantime, the Treadwell's have bought and fixed up a house becoming likable people of the town. But when Nate remembers where he has seen Cole - it will cause trouble for Matt.

A very well performed episode. Vic Perrin, who made a career doing voice overs, does a good job of playing the drunken bully that no one likes. Phyllis Love, who was very popular visiting guest star in the late 50's and early 60's, is again excellent as the caring wife that is married to a man with a secret. Another nice offering from the sixth season.


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