Storied hired gun Gurd stalks an Hispanic cattleman, while Gil's drovers join the Don's peasants to celebrate. Gurd's young wife pleads with him to drop the assignment, & retire to her ... See full summary »

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Rowdy Yates (credit only)
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Steve Raines ...
Jim Quince (credit only)
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Gurd Canliss
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Augusta Canliss
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Don Miguel
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Father Tasso
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Felipe
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Garcia Flores
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Storied hired gun Gurd stalks an Hispanic cattleman, while Gil's drovers join the Don's peasants to celebrate. Gurd's young wife pleads with him to drop the assignment, & retire to her family plantation, but the aging Gurd's reputation won't let him, so she seeks Gil's help. Written by David Stevens

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30 October 1964 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Dino south of the border
25 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The Rawhide regulars take a definite back seat to the outstanding guest cast assembled for this episode. Topped by Dean Martin as an aging gunfighter who works by contract and travels now with his wife Laura Devon who only wants Dino to get out of the business.

The contract Dino has is for Michael Ansara the don of a large estancia in Mexico and for whom Eric Fleming has taken his crew to drive his cattle across the border. The drovers basically are spectators although Devon has some history with Gil Favor.

Such other folks as Theodore Bikel as a dime novelist, Ramon Novarro as the village priest and Jack Kruschen as a bartender also give a good account of themselves.

Someone should have thought to give Clint Eastwood a scene with Dino. But Eastwood is not in this episode. What a pity.

Dean Martin gives a good dramatic performance here. I believe this is the only dramatic part he ever did on a television series as a guest star. Worth seeing for that alone.


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