The four Rangers allow a Mexican rebel under US protection to be kidnapped and taken to Mexico for execution. Parmalee forces them to go to Mexico and rescue him. Getting him out of prison requires going "undercover".




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Carmella Alveras (as Barbara Luna)
Juan Morales
Fabian Dean ...
Jean Lebec
Louise Lawson ...
2nd Guard
Harry Varteresian ...
Arm Wrestler
Lenny Kahn ...
Bartender (as Steven Conte)
Roger Etienne ...
Will J. White ...
2nd Sentry


Juan Morales is a Mexican rebel wanted by the French forces in Mexico given sanctuary by the federal government under the protection of the four Rangers. Due to their carelessness, he is kidnapped and returned to Mexico for a reward. The upset Parmalee orders the four Rangers to go to Mexico to obtain his return with the aid of the rebels. Their contact is Erik's beautiful friend Carmella Alveras. Juan is being held in a prison waiting to be executed by firing squad. They devise a plan for the Rangers to sneak into the prison and change the bullets for blanks but the plan is foiled. Plan B has the Rangers go undercover to break Juan out of prison but Reese is not happy with his disguise - as a woman. Written by Anonymous

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7 October 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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One wacky plan
12 December 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Definitely one of the weakest Laredo episodes where the three Texas rover boys descend into outright silliness in trying to rescue Juarista John Hoyt from the forces of Maximilian. Of course since Hoyt was on a mission to buy weapons in the USA and he was in their custody Philip Carey feels more than justified in sending them into Mexico on the Q.T.

The Juarista contact is Barbara Luna who Erik Wolders has some history with. Then again he has history with many. The rescue of Hoyt is one that never should have worked the way they did it.

Arnold Moss plays the Maximilian French general who likes his creature comforts no matter where he is.

One really stupid thing was the fact that because he owes Peter Brown a debt Neville Brand is walking it off literally by trying to break in Brown's new boots. Now maybe I'm being petty but if I were on a mission with Brand I'd have postponed that little task. A man with aching feet because of a tight boot fit isn't likely to be at his best.

Only for the show's strongest fans.

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