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After twenty years in prison, Jake MacGraw comes to Dodge City to start over. He takes a job as piano player at the Long Branch, but is this really why he came to town? He woos one of the ... See full summary »

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Matt Dillon
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Doc
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Kitty
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Festus
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Newly
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Dave Wilson
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Ella Horton
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Garvey
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Wilkes
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Nathan Burke
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Sam Noonan
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Ed O'Connor
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Eli Crawford
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After twenty years in prison, Jake MacGraw comes to Dodge City to start over. He takes a job as piano player at the Long Branch, but is this really why he came to town? He woos one of the saloon girls and seems to want a fight with her beau. What's that all about? Written by richardann

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8 December 1969 (USA)  »

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After twenty years in prison Jake MacGraw rides into Dodge
30 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

Sam MacGraw, a gunfighter, has been in jail for twenty years and has just been released. On his way to Dodge City he is met by two men that knew in prison. During the meeting the two men ask MacGraw where the money is hidden. Instead of answering them, MacGraw shoots and kills the two men. He continues into Dodge where he gets a job at the Lone Branch playing the piano. But the viewer can tell that the reason he came to Dodge was not for a job.

Jake MacGraw becomes interesting with a young saloon girl named Ella Norton that is dating a young man named Dave Wilson. MacGraw, for some reason, has some kind of disdain for Dave Wilson. During the ending we find the real reason that MacGraw is so interested in the young man and woman.

Nice acting in this episode that keeps the viewer interested the entire time. Nice Watch.


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