The Loner (1965–1966)
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Widow on the Evening Stage 

A renegade Apachie war party attacked a wagon train and killed all twenty members. One of the members was a man named Joe Sullivan. He was moving West to meet up with his parents, and his ... See full summary »

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A renegade Apachie war party attacked a wagon train and killed all twenty members. One of the members was a man named Joe Sullivan. He was moving West to meet up with his parents, and his wife and daughter were coming on the stage. The parents were sad to hear of their son's murder. Harry asked Colton to go with him to meet the stage and tell the widow. But a surprise was waiting for them there. It turns out that Joe Sullivan had married an Indian, and Harry wanted nothing to do with him. He spat out that Joe was dead, and ordered her to leave at once. Colton put Sue up in his hotel room until he could send her away the following day. But something else happened that evening. An Apache Indian boy was captured. The men planned to torture him before killing him. Colton decided that he had to try and get Sue out of there, because she could be next. But was it already too late? Written by Michelle

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30 October 1965 (USA)  »

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