The three Malakie boys comes to town and bust up the saloon. Lucas McCain and Marshal Micah Torrance stop them, but in the course of doing so, one of the boys shoots and kills his own ... See full summary »

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The three Malakie boys comes to town and bust up the saloon. Lucas McCain and Marshal Micah Torrance stop them, but in the course of doing so, one of the boys shoots and kills his own brother. That doesn't stop them from blaming Lucas however and when their father Daniel Malakie arrives, he breaks his two surviving sons out of jail intent on getting even. They ambush someone they think is Lucas but get it wrong and Lucas and Micah hunt them down. Written by garykmcd

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6 October 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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During the closing credits, Rhys Williams is listed as playing Dac Burrage instead of Doc Burrage. See more »

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Chuck Connors breaks the 4th wall in the opening credits after he shoots his riffle and then stares into the camera. See more »

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Great comic Buddy Hackett plays it straight
10 May 2012 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Bloodlines" marks the first of two appearances on the series by famed stand up comic Buddy Hackett, then riding high after his dramatic role in 1958's "God's Little Acre." Micah and Lucas discover three brothers tearing up the local saloon, one ending up dead in a brief shootout which lands the other two behind bars. Unperturbed about the law, they boast about their powerful father, Daniel Malakie (Hackett), who arrives in town and promptly sets them free, seeking revenge on both Lucas and Micah. After an innocent man (Denver Pyle) is accidentally shot dead, the fugitives are tracked down in an abandoned salt mine. Warren Oates plays one of the three brothers, in his fourth year on television, and the supporting cast also features Rhys Williams in his recurring role as the town doctor (six episodes overall). Effectively playing it straight, Buddy Hackett only hams it up briefly in a drinking scene at the mine, returning as a different character in "The Clarence Bibs Story."


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