After a young gunslinger wounds Matt, he comes to Dodge to finish him off and to rob the bank. He gets distracted after going to the saloon, where he meets and falls in love with one of Kitty's girls.

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Doc
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Thad
Lane Bradbury ...
Lucky
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Ted Jordan ...
Nathan Burke
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Howie
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Muley Proddert
Anthony D. Call ...
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Kay Cee
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After a young gunslinger wounds Matt, he comes to Dodge to finish him off and to rob the bank. He gets distracted after going to the saloon, where he meets and falls in love with one of Kitty's girls.

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21 January 1967 (USA)  »

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Much better show than expected. Full of action
7 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From the beginning of the episode we know that we are in for an show that is going to be full of action. During the first few scenes Marshal Dillon is ascending Doc's stairs and is shot. The shooter, which will will find out later to be Muley, was in disguise with a large hat and facial hair when he fled town.

Later a young nice looking guy, Muley, rides into town. The reason that Muley has shot Matt was because years ago Matt killed his brother while trying to rob the Dodge bank. Now Newly and his gang of four are planning to get rid of Matt and finish robbing the bank.

Because of the great medical doctor in Dodge, it is not long before Matt is back on patrol. When another one of the gang tries to shoot Matt again, Matt gets the jump on him and kills him. Matt knows something is rotten in the state of Dodge.

Matt, with help from Festus and Thad, set up a scheme to get the gang to show their cards. It is not long before one of the members know things are not going as planned and takes a young saloon girl hostage.

This is an episode that is full of action and interest. The story was nice and the acting excellent. The only problem I had was they cast Muley, a young thin man played by baby face Zalman King, as the gang leader. This really did not play well since the way he treated the other much older men would have caused a quick mutiny in the ranks leaving Muley in serious medical condition. But look over that small flaw and the episode was a good watch.


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