Two years ago the Cattleman's Association put a bounty of $500 on a rustler who was never caught. Now they don't want him pursued but a bounty hunter, who seems to only care about, doesn't know or maybe he doesn't care.

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Ellen Atterbury ...
Mrs. Emily Madison
Woody Chambliss ...
McCormack (as Woodrow Chambliss)
Susan Davis ...
Sarah Allyson
Gerald Gordon ...
Hughes - Cattlemen's Assn.
Bob Jellison ...
Parsons - Salesman (as Robert Jellison)
Harrison Lewis ...
Simpson - Store Owner
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Jess Larker
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Two years ago the Cattleman's Association put a bounty of $500 on a rustler who was never caught. Now they don't want him pursued but a bounty hunter, who seems to only care about, doesn't know or maybe he doesn't care.

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16 December 1961 (USA)  »

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Pass the Potatoes and the Colt .45, Please
24 July 2010 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Good all-around episode. Paladin travels to capture a killer and return him to justice. Trouble is Paladin doesn't know him by sight and, at the same time, must compete with old bounty hunter Larker (Patterson) for the reward. There's something of a wary respect between the two competitors as they check into Mrs. Madison's boarding house where the killer is holed up. But which boarder is he, and who's the bigger menace, Larker or the escaped killer?

The plot develops some suspense as we wonder how events will play out. Then too, which of the boarders is the guilty party. Larker knows but Paladin doesn't. Two good scenes highlight the 30 minutes. The crowded dinner table develops nicely. Catch how our professional gunfighter tries to make small talk while everyone chows down. Also, gruff old man Patterson and Ellen Atterbury as the boarding house tyrant deliver first-rate performances. Be sure too to catch the final scene where the supremely self-assured Paladin reflects on his own mortality in a nicely shaded existential moment.


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