Laredo: Season 1, Episode 4

Rendezvous at Arillo (7 Oct. 1965)

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The rangers are sent to bring in the Jamison gang after one of them turns informer. However, Reese is hearing wedding bells when they help a widow and her two kids who are in distress.

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Annamay
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Bob Jamison
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Joe Durkee
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Sam Burns
Don Stewart ...
Aaron Jamison
Kim Hector ...
Wilbur (as Kim Kristofer Hector)
Cindy Eilbacher ...
Dolly Sue
Lane Bradford ...
3-Finger Jake
Leonard P. Geer ...
Felix
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ...
Pepi (as Ronnie R. Rondell)
Jack Coffer ...
Lewis
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Durkee a member of the Jamison gang has turned informer. Parmalee sends the rangers to meet him and capture the Jamison gang when they return from Mexico. Near their destination they encounter a widow and her two children with a wagon that has lost a wheel. As they repair the wheel, the widow is impressed with Reese. When she learns they are rangers, she believes they were sent by the governor in response to her letter about Sam Burns trying to claim her farm for taxes. Jamison learns Durkee has informed on him but decides to use Durkee to distract the rangers. Jamison, Burns, and the gang want to recover the silver they buried in the widow's barn. The rangers uncover Durkee's attempt to misled them and Chad gives Reese some matrimonial help while they try to recover the silver and capture the Jamison gang. Written by Anonymous

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Southern Hospitality with Julie Harris
4 October 2008 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

The outlaw "Jamison Gang", led by Donnelly Rhodes (as Bob), sends Bruce Dern (as Durkee) to scout out for Laredo's Rangers. They rightly fear the Rangers will interfere with their plans to pick up a wealth of silver, buried under a farm. Instead of scouting, Mr. Dern turns informer. Rangers Reese (Neville Brand), Chad (Peter Brown), and Joe (William Smith) are sent out, by Parmalee (Philip Carey), to confront the Jamison Gang. Along the way, the meet widow Julie Harris (as Annamay), who also wants to claim the silver-enhanced farm…

Ms. Harris is a charming guest star, working very well with Mr. Brand; in fact, the entire guest cast is exceptional.

This episode, which aired fourth in the first season, should have been the series premiere. It features an abundance of the series' hallmarks: humor and action. And, the characterization either lacking or ill-chosen in earlier episodes begins to form. Reese is noted to have "led on" two women, with undelivered promises of marriage; this figures, later, into the plot, and conveys the "rule" about the Rangers remaining single. The most interesting bit of characterization occurs when, early in the episode, Chad's lady-killing reputation is confirmed; skirting the network censors, Brown is discreetly shown being interrupted during a sexual encounter.

***** Rendezvous at Arillo (10/7/65) Harvey Hart ~ Neville Brand, Julie Harris, Peter Brown


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