Parmalee sends the three rangers to drive back Mexican raiders along the border. However, the bandits strip a town and take all the horses, guns, and boots along with Reese as a captive.




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Episode complete credited cast:
Paco Vargas
Alvar de Aveles
Carlos Romero ...
Ric Roman ...
Roberto Contreras ...
Maurice McEndree ...
Mike Pripton
Jack Coffer ...
Kate Murtagh ...


The three rangers are sent to a border town to repel Mexican raiders back across the border. While Reese contends with an older Mexican only wanting to celebrate Alamo Day by taking over the jail, Chad and Joe are stripped of their boots and guns along with the rest of the town by Paco Vargas and his gang. They strip the town and take Reese as a captive. Chad and Joe share a horse and gun to go after the gang and rescue Reese. A friendship develops between Reese and the older Mexican while Vargas shows his contempt for both of them. As per usual the rangers drift a bit outside the law to accomplish their goals. Written by Anonymous

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23 September 1965 (USA)  »

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Rounding Up Illegal Mexicans
4 October 2008 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

It's "Alamo Day" in Texas. After increased illegal border crossings, Parmalee (Philip Carey) sends Reese (Neville Brand), Chad (Peter Brown), and Joe (William Smith) out to round-up intruding Mexicans, and sent them home for the holiday. Arriving in the town of Porfirio, Chad and Joe face brown-faced James Farentino (as Paco) and his bandits. Meanwhile, Reese has confronted older Mexican John Marley (as Alvar de Aveles), who has offended townspeople by flying his country's flag. Taking Reese hostage, Mr. Farentino's gang heads for the border, with Chad and Joe in hot pursuit…

This episode features a very tedious location footage trek; probably, it was meant to please viewers watching "…IN LIVING COLOR, on NBC!" Farentino (not a Mexican in real life) does very well as the villainous "Paco". Marley's supporting character, a proud and "sympathetic" Mexican, comes across well, also. Look for James Doohan (as Mike Pripton) in a pre-"Star Trek" bit part. Unfortunately, the interesting cast can't raise the story above ordinary.

*** I See by Your Outfit (9/23/65) Harvey Hart ~ Neville Brand, Peter Brown, James Farentino

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