Jess, injured by a falling tree in a dust storm, is nursed back to health by Sharon, daughter of a rancher plagued by rustlers. Sharon remains sympathetic to Jess even when the leader of the rustlers proves to be one of Jess's old friends.

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Jess Harper and Slim Sherman are on the trail of missing cattle and have been separated by a dust storm. Jess, injured by a falling tree, wakes up from passing out tries to make it back to the Sherman Ranch. In pain and disoriented Jess ends up a remote area where he runs into an old friend, Christy, who he once saved and helps Jess now. Jess finds out that Christy and his friends the three Banister brothers are responsible for rustling cattle in the area, including the Sherman cattle. Christy helps Jess on to his horse telling him to find a local ranch when a shot rings out. Jess ends up passing out at a water hole and wakes to find himself under the care of Sharon Helford and her father. Sharon is the only one who believes Jess isn't one of the rustlers when everyone else is ready to hang him. The only way he can prove he's innocent is to go after Christy and the rustlers himself, which could be a dangerous proposition. Written by DarSpi

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30 October 1962 (USA)  »

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A good episode for Robert Fuller fans
6 August 2011 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

Unlike Clint Walker in "Cheyenne" or Robert Conrad in "Wild Wild West," Robert Fuller didn't usually exploit his "beefcake" appeal by stripping off his shirt at the slightest pretext. Admirers of Mr. Fuller, therefore, will be pleased to find that he spends about half of this episode gloriously bare-chested as he's propped up in bed, recovering from at least one cracked rib. Myrna Fahey plays the lucky gal who gets to bring him a tray of home-cooked food. She also says that she managed to shave her patient while he was still unconscious, and we assume she means that she shaved the whiskers off his face. However, given the nearly hairless state of Mr. Fuller's chest -- there're the merest wisps of hairs around his nipples and perhaps a hint of hair on his sternum -- one can be forgiven for wondering.


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