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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Episode complete credited cast:
Bob Jamison
Joe Durkee
Sam Burns
Aaron Jamison
Kim Hector ...
Wilbur (as Kim Kristofer Hector)
Dolly Sue
3-Finger Jake
Leonard P. Geer ...
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ...
Pepi (as Ronnie R. Rondell)
Jack Coffer ...


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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7 October 1965 (USA)  »

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(as color by Pathé)

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1.33 : 1
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Money laundering in the west
29 November 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Our Rover Boy Texas Rangers are tracking down the infamous Jamison gang who have taken refuge in a nasty lawless town called Arillo. There's a town banker there played by Woodrow Parfrey who is in cahoots with those Jamisons headed by Donnelly Rhodes. He's done a bit of old west style money laundering, converting stolen loot to gold bullion and burying it on a farm the bank has title to.

But Parfrey never figures on Julie Harris, widow woman with two small kids just taking over the farm. That bullion is there for the claiming if she finds it.

Bruce Dern is in this episode as well playing one of the gang who is cooperating with the Rangers.

There's a nice saloon brawl with the Rangers cleaning house in Arillo. Funniest however is poor Neville Brand trying to hold up Julie Harris's wagon while William Smith and Peter Brown take their own sweet time about repairing the wheel. Brand's expressions are priceless. Worth seeing the episode alone for them.

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