Christmas Eve at the ranch with the Sioux on the warpath and a Mexican bandit after the gold on the stage. It arrives with the Sioux attacking, and five passengers including an orphaned boy, a widow, a gun-runner and a feuding couple.





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Jim - Driver
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It's Christmas at Sherman Ranch and Relay Station and the Sioux are on the warpath. A strange group of refugees have taken shelter at the station with Slim Sherman and Jess Harper; a bitter army widow, a lonely orphan boy, a gun-runner, a business man and his wife, a bandit and a gold filled strongbox. The bandit arrived wanting to wait for the stage but Slim recognizing who he is tries to send him on. However, the stage arrives with the Sioux chasing it. The shotgun is killed but the driver and passengers make it to the ranch house. The atmosphere is far from festive with Sioux braves surrounding the ranch trying to kill the occupants. The only thing that seems to draw this disparate group together is one small orphan boy. Despite the desperate odds against their survival, they manage to cobble together a Christmas for the boy and one will give his life so that the rest can survive. Written by DarSpi

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27 December 1960 (USA)  »

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Sioux attack the Sherman station
14 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Revue Studio gathered together a real nice cast for this Laramie episode. The Sioux are gathered and attacking the Sherman Stagecoach station because they are after Ross Martin, a Mexican bandit who stole some gold from them.

Martin who was one of the most chameleon like players ever, a talent best seen on The Wild Wild West as Artemus Gordon, is a most convincing Mexican bandit. I think only J. Carrol Naish could be rated better as someone who played more ethnic types on the big screen and small.

Holed up in the Sherman ranch house are among others driver Ben Johnson, and passengers Dick Foran, Mara Corday, Rachel Ames, and Robert Wilke. But the one you remember is young Kim Hector. It becomes all about saving his innocence. He's an orphan kid traveling with a name tag attached to him and one cynical view of life for someone still in single digits age wise. He will break your heart. Robert Fuller truly identifies with him.

A really nice story well told by a fine ensemble

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