Laramie (1959–1963)
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The Last Journey 

A felon who framed Slim rides in with a wounded marshal after fives years in prison. Slim doesn't trust him but the marshal wants Slim to go with the felon to return the $20,000 he stole but there are issues including his step-daughter.

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Slim Sherman
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Jess Harper
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Daisy Cooper
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Mike Williams
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John Cole
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Danny Hode (as Dick Davalos)
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Mary Cole
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Joe Hartley
George Orrison ...
Brad Hartley
Chris Carter ...
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Damon Johntry
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Ex-convict John Cole shows up at Sherman Ranch with the wounded Marshal Briggs and stirs up old memories for Slim Sherman. Cole tried framing Slim for cattle rustling and Slim hasn't forgotten nor is he convinced that Cole is a changed man as he claims. Slim reluctantly agrees to go with Cole to retrieve the payroll money from his last robbery. Things get complicated when Cole finds out his wife has died just recently and that his step-daughter, Mary, hates him. They are joined by Danny Hode, son of his late partner and finally Damon Johntry, his other partner. Hode wants Cole dead, Johntry wants the money, and John Cole bargains the payroll for the lives of Mary and Slim. The odds are stacked against Slim and he has to trust the very man who could double-cross them all. Written by DarSpi

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31 October 1961 (USA)  »

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Turning Over A New Leaf?
3 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

Rod Cameron who made many guest star appearances on Laramie in this episode plays a man recently released from prison who arrives at Sherman station with a wounded marshal and a story that someone bushwacked them. John Smith does not have good history with Cameron but he agrees to go along with him as the marshal says he was to dig up some buried loot from a robbery he committed that got him locked up in the slammer in the first place.

They are joined by Cameron's stepdaughter Sandra Knight and the son of one of the other outlaws in on the robbery Dick Davalos. And then the whole lot of them are taken captive by yet another gang member Mort Mills who wants the loot for himself.

Cameron is a crafty one and this episode features a shootout in a foggy area that has geyser jet streams spouting out with steaming mineral water. It's rally quite nicely done.

Kudos to Cameron and to Mort Mills as a really nasty outlaw.


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