Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 5

Passenger to Mescalero (29 Oct. 1959)

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Sam is transporting Johnny Q to Mescaleno where he will spend 15 years in jail for robbery. During the stagecoach ride, they are held up by some of Johnny's friends. Sam must find a way to ... See full summary »

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Gina Gillespie ...
Tess
Brian G. Hutton ...
Johnny Q.
Richard Gaines ...
Commissioner J. Roberts Pawley
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Mrs. Dodge
Alice Backes ...
Abigail Hollis
Eddie Quillan ...
Horace Arnold
John Pickard ...
Mack
Rayford Barnes ...
Rick Modesto
Bud Osborne ...
Zeb the Stagecoach Driver
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Sam is transporting Johnny Q to Mescaleno where he will spend 15 years in jail for robbery. During the stagecoach ride, they are held up by some of Johnny's friends. Sam must find a way to protect all the passengers, keep Johnny in custody, and fight off Johnny's friends before sundown. Written by Michelle

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Johnny Q.: I am an angel
Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart: So was the devil before he was kicked downstairs.
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Sometimes the money just ain't worth it!
29 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If I were Sam, I'd be saying this because he certainly got underpaid for what he went through! First of all, you could see the stagecoach hijacking from a mile away. On a Western, anytime there is a log blocking the road it's a sure sign that the stagecoach will soon be under siege, and it was no different this time.

So Sam has four passengers and a prisoner to deal with, as well as a group of outlaws. Whew, but that was a lot of responsibility! And I must say that the way they got out of this one was a total surprise to me. Thank goodness for women in this one! I'd say that in some ways, the women were braver and stronger in this episode than the men...But that's just my opinion!


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