Yuma arrives in town to begin his job as bodyguard for a man who is killed upon his arrival. Oddly the townspeople are elated by the death but Yuma is determined to have justice and receives unwanted assistance.

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Sheriff Boyd
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Lorena (as Jody Lawrence)
Nick Dennis ...
Sheriff Rocky Spiropolous
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Lupe
Bruno VeSota ...
Klemo
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Ralph Babcock
Jody Warner ...
Belle
Angelo Rossitto ...
Godfrey
Earl Groves ...
Joe
Robert Swan ...
Deputy (as Bob Swan)
Ivo Henderson ...
Hotel Clerk
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C. Spencer Scott--The Earl of Durango
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Otis Rumph
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Yuma arrives in town to begin his job as bodyguard for a man who is killed upon his arrival. Oddly the townspeople are elated by the death but Yuma is determined to have justice and receives unwanted assistance.

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12 June 1960 (USA)  »

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John Sutton and Victor Buono
26 March 2012 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Earl of Durango" literally starts with a bang, as Johnny Yuma arrives in the town of Dead Oak to act as a bodyguard, only to see his employer drop dead in front of him, a bullet lodged in his back. The townspeople call it cold blooded suicide, rejoicing in the murder, and driving Yuma to the local authorities for help. He finds instead C. Spencer Scott, The Earl of Durango (John Sutton), a famous British author who smells another best selling novel in the mysterious death described by Yuma. Assisted by gunman Otis Rumpf (L. Q. Jones), Scott almost winds up getting Yuma lynched by the Dead Oak townsfolk. 22 year old Victor Buono appears for the last time on the show, previously a villain in "Blind Marriage." The rest of the cast feature familiar faces like George Tobias, Bruno Ve Sota, and Angelo Rossitto, while Patricia Medina only shows up for a meaningless last minute cameo, her second and final appearance on the show. Series creator-producer Andrew J. Fenady also has a funny bit during the climactic unmasking, in a less than auspicious conclusion to the first season.


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