Accused of being the masked robber of the general store, a homesteader agrees to come along quietly with Matt and Chester, but he asks that they help him complete a few chores about the place for his poor wife, who's in the family way.

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Accused of being the masked robber of the general store, a homesteader agrees to come along quietly with Matt and Chester, but he asks that they help him complete a few chores about the place for his poor wife, who's in the family way.

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12 March 1960 (USA)  »

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A wonderful change of pace
2 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode we get a change of pace and treated to an actually fun show for the actors and viewers alike. It all begins when a masked man robs the General Store and ties up Jonas and steals his money. But Jonas recognizes the masked man's voice as being Clint Dodie, a man that lives outside Dodge. With a blizzard approaching western Kansas, Matt and Chester set out to the Dodie farm to arrest Clint.

Upon arriving they find that Clint's wife is expecting a child and with cold weather approaching there is little wood for fire. So Matt and Chester help out Clint by cutting fire wood. There is some other chores that need to be done and Matt is not going to leave Clint's wife alone to fend for herself. But there is something going on at the Dodie's farm that will be revealed at the end of the show.

This is a show that there is no killing and minor violence action but the program is still entertaining to watch. Jack Elam and Betty Harford do a great job as the husband and wife team that come across as a real married couple. With Dennis Weaver providing comic relief to the show there is not much more to say but "Good Watch".


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