The drive first encounters "The Buryin' Man" with his fancy wagon and then a banker and school teacher in Cheyenne territory. The number of Cheyenne keeps increasing while they learn the newcomers are not who they appear to be.




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Episode cast overview:
Charles H. Gray ...
Clay Forrester (as Charles Gray)
James Murdock ...
Steve Raines ...
King Donovan ...
Poke Tolliver
Cole Striker


Favor and Rowdy find the gabby Polk Tolliver "The Burin Man" with a hearse broken down in Cheyenne territory. The drovers help repair the hearse that evening and when the men turn down Poke's offer to pay them, they accept his offer to play poker as he has a wad of cash. Quince and Scarlet have a winning night. The next day Cole Striker and a woman named Georgia appear after being scared by the Cheyenne. They join the drovers along with Poke. Poke is really a counterfeiter and Cole and Georgia are after him for leaving them holding the bag in previous schemes. Poke unsuccessfully tries to break away but the men don't want to lose their poker partner. When the Cheyenne surround the drive and take Clay prisoner, the drovers are surprised at what they want - the hearse and driver for a grand send-off of their dying chief! Written by Anonymous

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4 January 1963 (USA)  »

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