The Rebel (1959–1961)
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Decision at Sweetwater 

Three murderous stage robbers hold up the stage Yuma is on, killing the drivers. When they find that a mining executive on the stage was not carrying the payroll with him as they thought, they plan to hold the man's son for ransom until they get it. But a saloon girl offers to take the son's place.

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Three murderous stage robbers hold up the stage Yuma is on, killing the drivers. When they find that a mining executive on the stage was not carrying the payroll with him as they thought, they plan to hold the man's son for ransom until they get it. But a saloon girl offers to take the son's place.

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23 April 1961 (USA)  »

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Johnny Yuma runs into trouble riding the stagecoach
21 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Found an old VHS tape at the flea market with 5 The Rebel shows that someone had recorded off their TV years ago - this show "Decision at Sweetwater" is one of them. Nick Adams as Johnny Yuma is a passenger on the stagecoach along with a rich mine owner, his wife and son and the painted lady run out of town. Story is somewhat similar to the movie Stagecoach that gave John Wayne his big start. Except it's not Indians on the warpath this time, it is a small band of outlaws out to get what is in the strongbox. They plan on meeting the stage at the Way Station. During the ride, the mine owner is rude to the painted lady played by Yvette Vickers (Playmate of month July 1959), while the wife and boy try to be friendly. Ms Vickers has more than beauty though, she was an excellent actress besides. Once at the station where the outlaws are waiting with guns ready....sorry, can't reveal the ending, but great acting as in all The Rebel shows.


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