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Incident of His Brother's Keeper 

Not Rated | | Western | Episode aired 31 March 1961
Pete Nolan takes an injured Wishbone to Mineral Springs for some rest only to find himself in the middle of a romantic feud between a paralyzed rancher, his wife and brother when Pete is asked to escort the wife to a barn dance.

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Rowdy Yates (credit only)
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Pete Nolan
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Wishbone
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Mushy
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Jim Quince (credit only)
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Joe Scarlet (credit only)
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Paul Evans
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Jubal Evans
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Telegraph Operator
Viola Harris ...
Mrs. Besson
Alan Reynolds ...
Stableman
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Townsman
Margie Liszt ...
Townswoman
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Pete Nolan escorts Wishbone to the town of Mineral Springs for some rest and healing due to Wishbone's sore back. While there Favor has Pete send a telegram to Sedalia, Missouri to check on beef prices. While looking for Wishbone at the mineral and mud baths, Pete meets the young rancher Paul Evans who he learns is confined to a wheel chair. Pete decides to visit Paul to talk about the trail drive and is surprised when Paul asks him to escort his wife Laurie to a barn dance she wanted to attend that night. At the dance she leaves Pete to spend time with another man named Jubal who is Paul's brother. Laurie plans to leave Paul with Jubal but Pete stops Jubal by knocking him out. Pete leaves with Laurie but during a stop she runs off the horse and buggy. The two are forced to spend the night camped out until Pete can find the horse and buggy the next day. That night Laurie tries to entice Pete to run off with her but fails. The next day Jubal is with Paul when Pete and Laurie return. ... Written by Anonymous

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31 March 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Gil Favor: There's one good thing you can say about drivin' a herd up the Sedalia Trail. Beeves stay beeves. The drovers stay human, and trouble is always saddlin'up a fresh horse, preparin' to ride with you. What you can't be sure of is the direction it's comin' from, the face it's gonna be wearin' the name it'll be travelin' under. What you can be sure of is that trouble knows your name. Mine's Gil Favor, trail boss.
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