As the second witness of a murder, Lucas is asked to travel to another town to testify at the accused man's trial. The catch is, the only other witness has been murdered and his killer has not been identified.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Marshal Micah Torrance
Brad Davis
William Meigs ...
Deputy Phil Rogers (as Bill Meigs)
Bill Catching ...
Tom Williams
Phillip Toomey
Robert Crawford Jr. ...
Freddy Toomey (as Robert Crawford)
Doc J. Burrage


Lucas McCain puts his life on the line when he agrees to testify at the trial of an outlaw in a nearby town. The original witness in the case was shot while being escorted by two deputies. He was shot from a great distance by someone using a special rifle and a scope. News that Lucas will be testifying quickly spreads through North Fork with most folks thinking that he'll never survive the journey. Written by garykmcd

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Family | Western




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3 March 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The other boy in this episode who Mark McCain is fighting is actually his older brother Robert Crawford 2 years who later went on the star in the western Laramie. See more »


Mark McCain: How can a man be so good with animals and so mean to people?
Lucas McCain: That's a sign you're growing up.
Mark McCain: What do you mean, Pa?
Lucas McCain: The older you get, the more questions there are without answers.
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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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Played out as expected.
14 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a straight forward episode, as it begins with two deputies transporting a witness, Mr Williams, to Silver City so that he can testify against a roughneck named Slate Burroughs. While riding on the trail, someone kills Mr Williams making the prosecution's case against Burroughs moot. But behold, it just so happen that Lucas McCain was in Silver City at the same time and can place Burroughs at the scene of the crime. So now Lucas becomes the main witness. But it seems that most of the witnesses are dropping dead. Is Lucas next.

Nearly the rest of the episode is how people wish that Lucas would not risk his life, plus the life of Mark, for someone in Silver City. But as always, Lucas is a man of value and believes that standing up for what he sees is the cornerstone of law. The day before Lucas leaves to testify, his ranch gets a visitor and even the novice viewer feels something is amiss.

Even though this may not have been the best program of the lot, it still made for a nice watch. Within the first few minutes of the show, the viewer nearly had all the information needed for the climax of the episode. The problem is that we had a great deal of time left in the story which made for a slower than usual program. But the results was still satisfactory.

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