The Reno Brothers, relatives of notorious bank robbers, are searching for the outlaw gang that led their siblings into a trap, killed their father and made off with the stolen loot. The ... See full summary »

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Terence de Marney ...
Case Thomas (as Terence Demarney)
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Carter Scarrbro
Charles Fredericks ...
Brinker
David Tomack ...
Richards
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The Reno Brothers, relatives of notorious bank robbers, are searching for the outlaw gang that led their siblings into a trap, killed their father and made off with the stolen loot. The trail leads to Velarde but they before they can make their move, the last member of the gang frames them for robbery and murder. Written by David Bassler

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25 February 1960 (USA)  »

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Although the end credits spells the character names as Joe Bowser and Carter Scarrbro, Bowser's name is spelled "Browser" on the Reno Brothers' list of names and Scarrbro's name is spelled "Scarrboro" on his wanted poster. See more »

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[the Reno Brothers are pinned down by gunfire]
Mike Reno: Well, you or me?
Chris Reno: You - you're better at dyin' than I am.
[Mike charges the house through a hail of bullets]
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Revenge
12 November 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

JOHNNY RINGO "The Reno Brothers" 1960

JOHNNY RINGO was a western series that ran for 38 episodes during 1959-60. The series starred Don Durant as the title character with Karen Sharpe, Mark Goddard and Terence De Marney as series regulars. The series follows Durant, (Ringo) a former gunfighter who decides to go straight. He becomes the Sheriff in the small town of Velardi in the Arizona Territory. The series was one of several (Rifleman, Wanted Dead or Alive, Shotgun Slade etc) with a "gimmick gun". Durant carries a special LeMat revolver equipped with a shotgun barrel under the six gun barrel.

This episode is the 21st episode of the series.

This one has a pair of brothers looking for the men responsible for the death of their older brothers. They track down three of the men and collar them for the law. They then discover that the last man they want is hiding in the town of Velardi.

The two brothers, Ben Cooper and James Beck hit town and start to ask around about the man they want. This fellow, Jacques Aubuchon, has been in town for a while. He hires a pair of gun hands, Robert Hoy and Emile Avery to help him get rid of the two brothers.

The villains ambush the local stage outside of town and kill the driver. They then leave evidence that the brothers had done the deed. The brothers are soon gobbled up by Sheriff Durant and tossed in jail. They explain why they are in town and that they have been set up.

The matter is soon settled after a blazing gun battle, where the bad types end up either dead, or in the jailhouse. The Territory Government then offers the two brothers jobs as Marshals.

Not exactly the best episode, but it is always a pleasure to see stuntman turned actor Bobby Hoy in anything. The man was on screen from 1950 till 2007. His films roles include bits in SPARTACUS, THE MAN FROM THE ALAMO, AWAY ALL BOATS, OPERATION PETTICOAT, NEVADA SMITH, THE OUTLAW JOSIE WALES and THE ENFORCER.


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