Blue is a temporary deputy for a weekend during which Well Fargo is held up. He arrests Buck and Manolito for disorderly conduct and they unwittingly help him capture the robbers in a weekend of tricks and paybacks between them.




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Episode cast overview:
Sam Pelletier
Foster Brooks ...
Dan White ...
Sheriff Prentiss
Robert F. Hoy ...
Joe Butler (as Bob Hoy)


Buck, Manolito, and Blue have the weekend off in Tubac to celebrate. The sheriff stops them saying he needs a deputy for the weekend due to the payroll being in town. Buck and Manolito beg off with excuses but provide him a disgruntled Blue. That evening the safe is blown at Wells Fargo with $31,010 stolen. The sheriff goes after the thieves leaving the town to Blue. That evening Buck and Manolito get into a fight so Blue gets revenge by jailing them for the weekend. The robbery was an inside job between the agent Hewitt and Sam Pelletier. Realizing the sheriff may find the money they have hidden at the Wells Fargo office when he returns after finding no tracks, they ask Blue to lock it in the sheriff's safe. The combination is posted on the wall. Blue does but Buck and Manolito find their cell door won't stay locked. That evening they move the money multiple times causing Sam and Blue to question what is happening. Sam tries to steal the money again and Blue moves the money to ... Written by Anonymous

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6 March 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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