His best friend ran off with his young wife the day he got sent to prison. King Harris has escaped and killed his old friend. He is now believed heading to Laramie to kill his wife, who has returned home on the stage.



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Episode cast overview:
Joyce Meadows ...
Barbara Harris
King Harris
Tom Gilson ...
Ric Marlow ...
Tom Carver
Sandy McPeak ...
Ed Lane (as Sandy Kevin)
Dick Winslow ...
Emile Avery ...
Stage Coach Driver


Barbara Harris arrives on the stage in Laramie coldly ignoring everyone as she heads for her dead mother's cabin. She turned in her husband King Harris wanted for murder when she left him for a younger member of his gang. King escaped from prison and killed the man. Troop offers to help her but she says she is waiting her fate with King in her mother's cabin. A couple of King's men come into Laramie to locate Barbara and see what awaits them. Troop tells them to turn over their guns or leave town. One of them tries to kill Troop but Dan is faster. Rio returns to King who decides it is time to go after Barbara since the town is scared. Dan is able to find three men to help Johnny fight the gang while he hides in the cabin for King to make his move. With King dead Barbara is going to leave but Dan talks her into staying. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

12 November 1961 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The picture of Mrs. Harris' mother is Peggie Castle, who played Lily. See more »


When she is reading the wanted poster, Lily reads "King Harris wanted for escape and the murder of Wesley Stocker October 18th". The poster shown only said "Wanted King Harris escaped murderer October 18, 1882 Cheyenne, Wyoming Bounty will be paid by U.S. Marshal". See more »


Marshal Dan Troop: You folks have helped me in the past. But I won't ask you to support me when you no longer believe in what I'm doing. I talked to Barbara Harris. She didn't ask for my help. She may not want it. But I have no choice. A peace officer can't look at another life and decide because that life has been lived badly that he has no duty to protect it with his own. It's the sacredness of all human life that the law establishes.
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