The Rebel: Season 2, Episode 7

Run, Killer, Run (30 Oct. 1960)

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Yuma is shackled to Traskel during a jailbreak and forced on foot to flee with Traskel who believes that his twin brother who wants to kill him in revenge is in pursuit.

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Nick Adams ...
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Clyde Traskel
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The Stalker
John Pickard ...
Sheriff Pruett
William Harlow ...
Jed Morgan
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Yuma is shackled to Traskel during a jailbreak and forced on foot to flee with Traskel who believes that his twin brother who wants to kill him in revenge is in pursuit.

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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THE DEFIANT ONES out West
9 November 2013 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Run, Killer, Run" brings back Richard Jaeckel, previously seen in "The Rattler," as desperate fugitive Clyde Traskel, attacking Johnny Yuma when he refuses to sell him his horse, which attracts the attention of a nearby Sheriff Pruett (John Pickard), who shackles the two together so he can confirm which one is Yuma. Traskel suddenly knocks out the lawman and escapes, with a helpless Yuma an unwilling accomplice, patiently waiting for his adversary to run out of ammunition. In his unsuccessful bid to break their bonds, the neurotic Traskel reveals why he's been on the run so long; his twin brother, whose unfaithful wife made false accusations against Clyde, the brother she jealously coveted. The climax features a surprise appearance from series veteran Ed Nelson, his fourth of five episodes.


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