When a delusional old man attacks the passing drovers, his daughter-in-law enlists Gil & Rowdy's help with the powerful ex-boxing champ. The Marshal who made the town safe, is now drunk on ... See full summary »
When a delusional old man attacks the passing drovers, his daughter-in-law enlists Gil & Rowdy's help with the powerful ex-boxing champ. The Marshal who made the town safe, is now drunk on his own power, enforcing petty rules to keep the tiniest semblance of trouble out of his jurisdiction. Factoring heavily into the situation is that the daughter-in-law is exquisite and widowed. Written by
Victor McLaglen final acting role before he died, directed by his son Andrew V. McLaglen. He died of a heart attack 30 days after this broadcast on November 7th, 1959. He was 72 and had been a fighter taking on all comers with circuses and wild west shows in Canada, Australia, and the United States for 50 years. See more »
When Gil and Rowdy get into Rose's house to protect her from Harry, we see Harry knock Rowdy down, but Harry's face is obviously a stunt double, not Victor McLaglen. See more »
Cows are senseless, stupid beasts. They go halfway across the continent just to be slaughtered. The trouble is, nobody ever trained 'em to go alone. It takes men to push a herd north. Men and time and sometimes pain. That's where I come in. I'm one of the men. Gil Favor, trail boss.
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