Man Without a Gun: Season 1, Episode 27

Buried Treasure (30 Apr. 1958)

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When a prisoner in the territorial penitentiary dies, his personal effects are sent to his cousin, the former editor of a Yellowstone newspaper. Because the former editor is also deceased ... See full summary »

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(as John H. Peyser)

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(as Frederic Louis Fox)
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Adam MacLean
Mort Mills ...
Marshal Frank Tallman
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Hackett
Leonard Bell ...
Lockridge
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Dr. Brannan
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When a prisoner in the territorial penitentiary dies, his personal effects are sent to his cousin, the former editor of a Yellowstone newspaper. Because the former editor is also deceased the package falls into the hands of the current newspaperman, Adam MacLane, who discovers a coded message which he and Marshal Tallman believe may lead them to a cache of hidden loot. Unfortunately, the dead prisoners erstwhile partners feel that they are entitled to the message and mean to obtain it, even if it means killing Adam and Tallman in the process. Written by David Bassler

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30 April 1958 (USA)  »

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[Marshal Tallman finds Adam vigorous shaking a package]
Marshal Frank Tallman: If it gurgles, I'll split it with you.
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Red River Valley
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North American folk song
[Played on a harmonica during opening and closing credit sequences]
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