As Twin Rivers becomes no longer a quiet cattle town due to a gold strike, two partners of Bummer Lowe, who Red and others have grub-staked to look for gold, have been killed and then Bummer continues to ail unresponsive to medication.

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Bummer Lowe
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Trem Hardy
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Dan Warner
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Brock Fain
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As Twin Rivers becomes no longer a quiet cattle town due to a gold strike, two partners of Bummer Lowe, who Red and others have grub-staked to look for gold, have been killed and then Bummer continues to ail unresponsive to medication.

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5 February 1954 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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A terrific little mystery
16 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is a terrific little mystery. Percy Helton is an old prospector who has discovered gold. He has been grubstaked by five backers. Two have been murdered. A third is Red. Who is the murderer? There is a Perry Mason level raft of suspects who take turns looking guilty. Is it slippery saloonkeeper Michael Fox? Or Kelton's nephew and heir, Christopher Dark, the new physician in town, whose medicine seems to be making the old man sicker and sicker? Or is it one of the two remaining partners, volatile rancher Robert Paquin or ominous blacksmith Timothy Carey? Gladys George steals the show as a fluttery landlady engaged in a humorous romance with old codger Kelton. William Boyd is serious and effective in the role of a detective. Edgar Buchanan plays it straight as Red Connors, leaving the comic relief in the capable hands of George. The solution to the mystery is first rate.

Most should enjoy this one.


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