Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 4

The Hostiles (22 Oct. 1959)

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Sam sets off to arrest an escaped outlaw who killed a young woman for no reason. Unfortunately, Truck's mountain-men friends stand behind him and refuse to give Truck up. Adding to his ... See full summary »

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Dayton Lummis ...
Gina Gillespie ...
Tess
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Truck Garnett
Peter Whitney ...
Knappe
Suzanne Lloyd ...
Cora
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Wes
Tiger Fafara ...
Roy Garnett
John Milford ...
Jason
Anne Benton ...
Farm Girl (as Ann Benton)
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Mrs. Garnett
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Sam sets off to arrest an escaped outlaw who killed a young woman for no reason. Unfortunately, Truck's mountain-men friends stand behind him and refuse to give Truck up. Adding to his trouble, Sam also has a woman going along with him who is in love with Truck. He thought he understood these people, but now he's not so sure. Written by Michelle

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Tess: You must be thinking very hard about something. You didn't even thank me!
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Great Cast in this episode!
28 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Peter Whitney, John Milford, and Dabbs Greer all did excellent work on The Rifleman, so I was thrilled when I saw them all together in this episode! They did an excellent job. Of course Peter plays a wonderful tough guy with his size.

Boy but Truck sure did give me the creeps! He must have been loco or something. I'm guessing that if he were alive today, they would declare him incompetent of standing trial and would put him in a mental institution, diagnosing him with some sort of mental illness or something.

The ending did surprise me a bit. I'm guessing Sam figured these men would make sure justice came to the girl when he saw the look of surprise and hate in their eyes. He probably figured the man wasn't worth dying for.


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