Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 7

Desperate Decision (12 Nov. 1959)

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After rustlers steal two of Cameron's prized horses and kill the foreman, Sam Buckhart and his deputy, Walt Timmins, go looking for a Comanchero party. The problem, however, is that neither... See full summary »

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Amos Cameron
Donald Buka ...
Roy Cameron
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Walt Timmins
Bill Catching ...
Potter
Tom McDonough ...
Neeley
Manuel López ...
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After rustlers steal two of Cameron's prized horses and kill the foreman, Sam Buckhart and his deputy, Walt Timmins, go looking for a Comanchero party. The problem, however, is that neither of the Cameron brothers like...or trust...Sam. Sam doesn't give them a choice and insists they cooperate. Their distrust causes a lot of trouble while on the hunt, especially with the Comancheros. Written by Michelle

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31 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had watched these episodes a year or so ago, and this one stuck out to me. I think the 'best' part (though it's not good at all) is when Roy Cameron gets really cocky and decides to do things his own way. His brother watches from a bluff as the Comancheros kill him brutally. His brother's screaming for help and Amos wants to go rescue him, but Sam grabs him and forces him to say. "There's nothing you can do," he declares. Then they watch as Roy is murdered right before their eyes.

That would be hard for me too. I understand why Amos was upset. At the time, he couldn't understand why Sam did such a thing, but by the end of the episode Amos has an understanding. It would have been suicide to ride in there and try to rescue Roy. The moment he galloped away from the group, he was a dead man...


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