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It's the End of the Road, Stanley 

Reese and later Joe try to go undercover to catch bandits at a remote bar. However, Reese is recognized leading to his capture and later Joe's. A battle develops between two two women over one of the bandits giving the Rangers an opening.

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Chad Cooper (credit only)
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Capt. Edward Parmalee (credit only)
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Paco Romero
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Crazy John Holden
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Martha Tuforth
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Maryanne
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Jack Hanks (as Warren Kemmerling)
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Millburn W. Willburn
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Letty Willburn (as Marian Moses)
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Three outlaws take over a stagecoach way station waiting for their partner to arrive with money to help them escape to Mexico, not realizing that their confederate has already been captured. Reese, pretending to be a cattle buyer, tries to capture the men but is recognized; Joe, pretending to be a peddler of women's notions is also captured. Their only chance to survive is to promote discord among the bandits by causing them to fall out over their women captives. Written by David Bassler

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10 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Blondes Have More Fun when Held Hostage
27 December 2008 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

On his way to El Paso, Reese (Neville Brand) stops by a bar "in the middle of nowhere", and is taken hostage. He is held at gunpoint (and later tied up) by three outlaws: gang leader Warren Kemmerling (as Jack Hanks), Mexican right hand man Fernando Lamas (as Paco Romero), and slightly psycho Jack Weston (as John Holden). The bar's proprietor is saucy Jeanette Nolan (as Martha Tuforth). She and young blonde "niece" Sheilah Wells (as Maryanne) are also hostages. Later, city councilman Tol Avery (as Millburn Willburn) and his older blonde wife Marian Moses (as Letty) become additional hostages.

The episode's bizarre storyline involves outlaw Lamas romancing the experienced "old blonde" (Ms. Moses) and the pliable "young blonde" (Ms. Wells). The hostage victims are so taken by their abductor's charms, they begin to fight over him - desiring to continue serving him as hostage, in Mexico. Halfway into the story, Joe (William Smith) arrives, posing as a traveling salesman (the "Stanley" character referred to in the episode title). Perhaps wisely, Peter Brown and Philip Carey do not appear during the hour.

It ends strangely.

Moses later appeared on "Falcon Crest"; both she and Lamas had sons (Lorenzo and William) who were regulars on the show.

* It's the End of the Road, Stanley (3/10/66) Leon Benson ~ Fernando Lamas, Neville Brand, William Smith


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