Hondo (1967– )
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Hondo and the Hanging Town 

Hondo and Buffalo Baker are tasked with escorting a soldier to a town to face a murder charge. A priest was killed and local tempers are high. Along the way, they meet up with Professor ... See full summary »

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Angie Dow (credit only)
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Buffalo Baker (as Noah Beery)
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Chief Vittoro (credit only)
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Colonel Crook (credit only)
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Johnny Dow (credit only)
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Prof. Phineas Blackstone (as Daniel O'Herlihy)
Gary Crosby ...
Tom Bixby
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Col. Jake Spinner
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Judge Amos Blunt
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Thompson
Quintin Sondergaard ...
Stoner (as Quent Sondergaard)
Steve Mitchell ...
Morrison
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Bartender
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Hondo and Buffalo Baker are tasked with escorting a soldier to a town to face a murder charge. A priest was killed and local tempers are high. Along the way, they meet up with Professor Phineas Blackstone, alias of a former prosecutor who convicted an innocent man. A former Confederate colonel leads a lynching party. Can Hondo get the prisoner to court safely?

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8 December 1967 (USA)  »

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Good Mix of Guest Stars
2 January 2016 | by (North Carolina USA) – See all my reviews

I saw Hondo, the 60s TV show, for the first time. Seems like a quality Western TV Drama, which in color. I found this an entertaining story where Gary Crosby is a Union Calvary Officer standing trial for murdering a Catholic Priest.

Great group of guest stars with Denver Pyle as the judge, Jamie Farr as an Indian, Dan Ohearlihy is the drunken attorney. Enjoyed seeing Noah Beery from the Rockford Files as Hondo's sidekick. This show has been picked up by the Retro Channel Get TV.

I found the plot fairly entertaining as it was a mixture of Perry Mason trial and a Western.


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