Laredo (1965–1967)
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That's Noway, Thataway 

Two young stranded British actors are rescued from the law for being unable to pay their bills by Chad. When one decides to play the part of a minister as a con, he is forced to marry a couple putting them in a perilous situation.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Reese Bennett (credit only)
Joe Riley
Capt. Edward Parmalee (credit only)
Chad Stuart ...
Jeremy Clyde ...
Belleflower Ferne
The Sheriff
Jake McBryde
The 1st Indian
Smoki Whitfield ...
The Bartender (as Jordan Whitfield)
Howard Wendell ...
The Hotel Manager
The Woman
Stuart Nisbet ...
The Man


A pair of young English actors are arrested when their troupe manager bolts town with the gate receipts without paying the company's bills. Chad, in town pursuing an outlaw, convinces the sheriff to leave the young men in his care and turns them loose outside of town to return an earlier favor. The thespians decide to try to con a small community by pretending to be a preacher and a recent convert, but their act works better than they wished and soon the fake-minister is conducting an illegal wedding between a gunslinger and his fiancée. Written by David Bassler

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20 January 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Preach it brother Chad
3 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Captain Parmalee and Ranger Reese Bennett make no appearance at all and Peter Brown and William Smith are just supporting characters in this Laredo story. Taking center stage are Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde of Chad&Jeremy part of the British musical invasion of the middle 60s.

Poor Chad and Jeremy they are a pair of itinerant strolling players who are left in town when the manager of their theatrical troupe absconded with company money without paying the bill. They're last ones left and are stuck with it.

To say these two are not western material is to say the least. But as actors they try a bit of a con game where Stuart pretends he's a preacher they've been left a parson's outfit. It works all too well because gunfighter Peter Graves wants to marry his sweetheart Marlyn Mason. No good if they tell him the truth, no good if they perform a fake ceremony. Talk about lose lose.

Peter Graves plays it exactly that, grave and unsmiling. No twinkle in the eye, but it all works as part of the comedy.

Both Chad and Jeremy have done pretty well for themselves long after the musical act broke, but on the big and small screen across the pond. Their bit on Laredo was good exposure for their musical act which was pretty big at the time.

They even do a bit of singing. So fans of the British invasion tune in.

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