Billy Pardee is caught after a robbery and killing a deputy in Laramie. The posse decides his gang is returning to Laramie to break him out. When the Sheriff is wounded, he names Slim and Jess to take over the trial and hanging of Billy.



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Episode cast overview:
Slim Sherman
Jonesy (credit only)
Robert Crawford Jr. ...
Andy Sherman (credit only)
Jess Harper
Maud Pardee
Billy Pardee
Sheriff Mort Corey
Tom Creighton
Clarence Straight ...
George Eldredge ...
Doc Huber
Marshal from Cheyenne


Billy Pardee who is captured and three men make an attempt at robbing the Wells Fargo office in Laramie, killing the deputy sheriff in the process. Slim and Jess in town join the posse which decides the gang is returning to Laramie to break out Billy who is part of the Creighton gang. When Billy's partners attempt to break him out of jail, Sheriff Cory is wounded and presses Slim Sherman into service as acting sheriff with Jess Harper as his deputy. They have to keep Billy in jail, prepare for the trial, and during the trial ordered to hang Billy. It's a job that Slim doesn't want but there's nobody else to protect Laramie from Tom Creighton, Billy's half-brother and outlaw leader out to make sure that Billy doesn't hang for murder. With most of the townsfolk afraid to stand against Creighton, the odds are against Slim and Jess living long enough to carry out the execution an hour after dawn. In addition, a twist involving Maud who runs the restaurant adds to the danger to Slim and ... Written by DarSpi

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Release Date:

15 March 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Slim is surrounded by Creighton and his gang, Josh points a rifle at him and yells, "There's a 30-30 pointed at your head Creighton." The 30-30 was not invented until 1895, some 20 years after the setting of this show. When the camera focuses on the bore of the rifle, it is obvious that it a much larger caliber weapon, probably a 44 Henry, a very popular weapon at that time. See more »

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