The stage coach arrives in Dodge carrying two distinct personalities. Sam Keeler, a loud braggart of a man who boasts he can beat any man with his fists and Seth Tandy a quiet, meek man who refuses to raise his hands in violence. Keeler tries to provoke Tandy into a fight and Dillon is forced to intervene to prevent Tandy's beating. Soon Keeler has a grudge against Tandy and Dillon which will lead to an inevitable confrontation between Keeler and Dillon. Written by
Did You Know?
James Arness who plays the lead role of Matt Dillon was 6'7" (2.01m) tall. However, during this episode Hollywood tricks make him appear to be smaller than Chuck Conners who was 6'5½" (1.9m) tall and plays the role of Sam Keeler. Chuck Conners was also known as "The Rifleman" in a series named The Rifleman that aired in 1958. See more
Dillon's hair in the final fight scene changes shot to shot, sweaty, neat, or disheveled and back. It is very notable as Dillon releases the preacher. See more
Gwine to Rune All Night
aka "De Camptown Races"
Written by Stephen Foster
Saloon music See more