Also during a discussion they talk about Jess being gunned down by Dan Troop who was also in another series at the time called "The Lawman".



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Episode cast overview:
Mike Road ...
Buckskin Charlie King
Judge Reese
Joseph Gallison ...
Kid Curran (as Evan McCord)
Wolf McManus
Erma Curran


Beau, looking for a place to rest, comes upon a cave with writing on the wall - This is the place J. When several famous outlaws show up looking for Jess, Beau poses as Red Dog so he can blend in, until he finds out what is really going on. Written by DrDOS

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Comedy | Western




Release Date:

5 March 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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When Beau (Roger Moore) goes into the cave and lights a wadded up piece of paper to read the words ("This is the place J.") on the wall, the lit piece of paper and his arm cast a shadow on the wall showing that the lighting comes from a source next to the camera and obviously not from the paper burning. See more »


Erma: Where're from?
Beauregarde Maverick: Oh, all over. I travel a lot.
Erma: And you look like one of them men that has a sweetheart in every town.
Beauregarde Maverick: Oh, I, uh, miss a town here and there.
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Red Dog
14 February 2016 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

At a cave site, Beau is suddenly surrounded by shady characters. The cast is the thing. Mike Road is Buckskin. Lee Van Cleef rides in as Wolf. Van Cleef shot to fame in the spaghetti westerns of the late '60s. He had a naturally mean look. John Carradine is the judge. Ed Robertson, in his book "Maverick: Legend of the West," called Carradine one of the greatest actors ever known in the film industry. Sexy Sherry Jackson, who starred as Danny Thomas' daughter, is "The Kid's" woman. The Kid gets jealous of Beau and slaps her around. Beau lets them think he is the outlaw known as Red Dog. The judge has a bank robbery planned for the group. Pappyism: Some men are afraid of the dark, and some are afraid to leave it.

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