Sam Buckhart comes upon a gentleman (Theodore Roosevelt) roaming the desert after three masked men jump him and steal his horses and gear. The gentleman isn't so gentle with Tree Strelling,... See full summary »

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Sam Buckhart comes upon a gentleman (Theodore Roosevelt) roaming the desert after three masked men jump him and steal his horses and gear. The gentleman isn't so gentle with Tree Strelling, who runs the town, and finds himself in a lot of trouble. Written by Michelle

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3 December 1959 (USA)  »

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Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart: You maniac! He's got eight inches on you and 100 pounds. He'll stomp your chest in, gorge your face and come out of it with your eyeball in his fist!
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I wish I could rate this higher!
1 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What do you get when you put Michael Ansara, Robert Vaughn, and Peter Whitney together? FUNNY! I laughed my butt off through this whole episode. It was just SOOO funny! Robert Vaughn played a wonderful Theodore Roosevelt. I loved the way he reared his horse back at the end

  • nice touch! And the whole scene from the moment Sam Buckhart wakes up


until the Dude leaves is one big riot! It was so funny seeing the look on Ralph Moody's face when same declared, "Give me your pants!"

Of course, Whitney and Vaughn are great in anything they do. Whitney can be so funny one minute and so evil the next. He's wonderful!!!

Like I said, I wish I could give this higher than a 10 because it certainly deserved it.


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