Andy runs away after Slim wants to sell his horse which was returned after being stolen a year earlier but is causing damage. He runs into the outlaws who had his horse. The leader wants to keep him but the two partners want him dead.



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Episode cast overview:
Robert Crawford Jr. ...
Boone Caudie
Sheriff Simms
Don Wilbanks ...
Deputy Morgan
Sheriff Davis (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Hannah Moore


Outlaws rob the Laramie bank but one of them is shot and killed by the sheriff during the chase. The outlaw is riding a palomino horse with the Sherman Ranch brand so the sheriff returns the horse to Slim Sherman, hoping that Slim can identify the outlaw. Since the palomino, Cyclone, was stolen the year before Slim can't help. The arrival of Cyclone causes problems between Slim and his brother Andy when the high strung animal starts breaking fences and harassing the other Sherman horses. When Slim threatens to get rid of Cyclone, Andy takes Cyclone and runs away, only to find himself out of the frying pan and into the fire, first being injured in a windstorm and then getting rescued by the outlaws who robbed the bank. Boone Caudie sees Andy as a means of winning the widow Hannah's hand. His partners aren't happy with the arrangement and Andy's life is on the line when Pike and Dallas don't want him around when they rob the bank in Casper. Slim, who has been searching for Andy just ... Written by DarSpi

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11 October 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Long John Ernie
29 April 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This particular episode belongs to Robert Crawford, Jr. as it deals with young Andy Sherman running away from home after his brother threatens to sell a wild palomino that Andy has taken a liking to, but has caused a lot of damage and is stirring up the horses needed the stagecoach. John Smith then has to take off and find his younger brother.

Who has fallen in with outlaws. But the outlaw leader Ernest Borgnine has taken a liking to young Crawford. Their scenes together have the same kind of dynamic that those of Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins have in Treasure Island. Ernie even has a love interest in Vivi Janiss who likes him, but isn't sure he's given up his outlaw ways as he swears he has.

This one is to be seen for both Borgnine and young Mr. Crawford.

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