Laredo: Season 2, Episode 18

The Bitter Yen of General Ti (3 Feb. 1967)

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Joe rescues Jem Sing who is being taken to Mexico to marry Gen. Shen Ti the head of a major opium business. Ti is wanted in the US so when he kidnaps Jem Sing and Joe, Parmalee decides Chad and Erik need some vacation time in Mexico.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Reese Bennett (credit only)
Robert Wolders ...
Gen. Shen Ti
Philip Ahn ...
Capt. Wong Lee
Jem Sing
Allen Emerson ...
Tony Scarpito
Lloyd Kino ...
Kam Yang
Henry Hunter ...
Almira Sessions ...
First Matron
Ruth Thom ...
Second Matron
Rocco Calvelli


Joe comes upon a gunfight over the Chinese girl Jem Sing. Gen. Shen Ti has brought her from China to marry him. Ti is starting a new opium business in Mexico and is hoping to capture the US market. Joe takes Jem Sing to Laredo as she wants to stay with him as his servant for saving her life. Ti learns she is with Joe in Laredo so he kidnaps them slightly wounding Parmalee. At their suggestion Parmalee decides that is is time for Erik and Chad to take a vacation in Mexico. They take the place of two mobsters coming in from San Francisco but Ti uncovers their ruse. He plans to behead all three Rangers to celebrate his wedding. Written by Anonymous

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3 February 1967 (USA)  »

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Title is a riff on the movie The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933). See more »

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