Matt goes to Texas to attend the retirement party of his old friend, Sheriff Mark Handlin. After witnessing his friend's assassination by five desperadoes whom Mark had previously sent to prison, Matt chases them into Mexico.

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Doc
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Mel Deevers
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Santillo
Felice Orlandi ...
Emilio
Ward Wood ...
Bates
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Poorly
Alex Montoya ...
Bandito
David Renard ...
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Jorge Moreno ...
Perino
Ruben Moreno ...
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Matt goes to Texas to attend the retirement party of his old friend, Sheriff Mark Handlin. After witnessing his friend's assassination by five desperadoes whom Mark had previously sent to prison, Matt chases them into Mexico.

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12 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Emilio: [Emilio is comparing an old dog he had to Marshal Matt Dillon] You know, I have a dog once. He wouldn't give up. He tracked a cougar for a whole week. Finally, he caught him. An you know something? That cougar ate HIM.
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An uninteresting story that was at times downright boring
18 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the episodes that is forgettable right after viewing. For some reason Marshal Matt Dillon has time to horse ride all the way to southern Texas for a retirement party for a sheriff. When the guest of honor is shot by several revenging outlaws, Matt sets out on horseback into Mexico to serve warrant on the outlaws.

The next fifty minutes of show is a boring ride in Mexico as Matt is searching for the outlaws. The only break comes when the outlaws tell a small town that Matt Dillon is killer so the town stones him until he is rescued by a local priest.

This predictable and slow moving show seemed to be a thirty minute show that for-what-ever reason was stretched into an hour without having any other sub-plot to fall back on. It does not even pick up when Matt takes on six bandits and wins. One by one Matt takes care of each outlaw until there is just one left. And the viewer knows there will be some kind of face off before the credits roll.

An uninteresting script that at times was boring.


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