When a shopkeeper is found hanging from a lamppost the same night three strangers ride into Velardi, Sheriff Ringo suspects that it is not just coincidence. He learns that the murdered man,... See full summary »

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Matt Sample
Michael Hinn ...
George Haig
Joseph V. Perry ...
Deke Lewis (as Joseph Perry)
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Charlie Hanford
Maureen Leeds ...
Mary Cannon
Lorna Thayer ...
Mrs. Haig
Michael T. Mikler ...
Fargo (as Michael Mikler)
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Blind Louie
Carter DeHaven ...
Old Man (as Carter de Haven Sr.)
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When a shopkeeper is found hanging from a lamppost the same night three strangers ride into Velardi, Sheriff Ringo suspects that it is not just coincidence. He learns that the murdered man, his son and his partner were participants in Wyoming's Johnson County War, as were the saddle tramps - all of whom have vengeance on their minds. Without hard evidence to back his suspicions, Ringo is powerless to prevent the deadly game of cat-and-mouse that is being played on the town's streets during the hours just before dawn. Written by David Bassler

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28 April 1960 (USA)  »

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'Carter DeHaven''s character was listed as "Old Man" in the end credits, even though he was identified as "Luke" numerous times. See more »

Goofs

Carter DeHaven plays a lamplighter called Luke several times by Ringo several times during the episode. In the middle of one of these scenes, in an obvious overdub, Ringo calls Luke "Charlie" - a different character who wasn't introduced until much later in the episode. See more »

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[first lines]
Luke: Evening, Johnny.
Johnny Ringo: Hello, Luke.
Luke: Closin' up shop?
Johnny Ringo: No, every night seems to be gettin' a little later. Looks like Velardi's growin'.
Luke: Yeah. Pretty soon the first ones will be gettin' up before the last ones go to bed - then you'll have to work around the clock.
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