Two long time feuding cattle barons are set for a showdown in Dodge. This will place Marshal Dillon and the town right in the middle of the trouble.

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Doc
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John Charron
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Luke Cumberledge
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Blair Smith
Lew Brown ...
Frank Holtz
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McKenny
Brad Johnson ...
Laskin
Fred Coby ...
Tooley
Woody Chambliss ...
James Nusser ...
Charles Wagenheim ...
Stephen Liss ...
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Two long time feuding cattle barons are set for a showdown in Dodge. This will place Marshal Dillon and the town right in the middle of the trouble.

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18 September 1967 (USA)  »

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Festus Haggen: Mr. Cumberledge, you don't know us Haggens, or ya wouldn't say such a thing. Like Great-Unke Herkle said, "Catch a Haggen in a lie, 'n' a thunderbolt'll hit him from th' clear, blue sky.
Luke Cumberledge: What happened to Great-Uncle Herkle?
Festus Haggen: Well, they's some say that this thunderbolt came up real suddenlike one time....
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Two Texas cattlemen have placed Dodge in the middle of their feud.
29 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Two longtime Texas cattle barons, John Charron and Luke Cumberledge, have been feuding about the driving of cattle and the sale of cattle for years. This year Luke took loans out to buy most of the cattle in the north prairie and blocks trails leaving Charron out of luck this year. But Charron has a plan of his own when he buys the loans and demands payment or return of all the cattle on the spot. He waits till the cattle get to Dodge City and provides Marshal Dillon a court order to enforce.

When Matt and Festus ride out to give Luke the court order, needless to say Luke is not going to stand for blocking the sale of the herd. A showdown is going to happen and the Marshal and the citizens of Dodge are placed right in the middle.

This was actual a nice story that was very interesting. But there was also some things that looked out of place. Like when they introduced a gunslinger that had nothing to do whatsoever with the plot. And a free-for-all fight scene that just would not end, it was like watching a pie fight in a Three Stooges short. But with that said it was still a nice watch. Anytime Forrest Tucker gets free-rein of his character it is bound to be a nice show.


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