A man rides into Northfork whom everyone seems to recognize. His name is Tip Corey and he has a reputation as a ruthless killer. Micah tells him to ride out of town and Corey refuses and ... See full summary »

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Lucas McCain
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Mark McCain
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Marshal Micah Torrance
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Ted
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Tip Corey
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A man rides into Northfork whom everyone seems to recognize. His name is Tip Corey and he has a reputation as a ruthless killer. Micah tells him to ride out of town and Corey refuses and delivers Micah an ultimatum...take his badge off and throw it into the dirt by sundown or he'll kill him. Lucas convinces Micah that Corey won't be back by sundown so Micah leaves on business and Lucas pins on the badge. The threat still holds and Corey delivers his ultimatum to Lucas. Written by tomtrekp

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19 February 1962 (USA)  »

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Unlike almost every other western ever made. When the two men face off. The townspeople stand directly behind Sammy Davis's character. And this gun fight is particularly dangerous for bystanders. McCain's rifle slugs would pass right through his target and hit bystanders. The bystanders don't even seem to flinch once the shooting starts. All of this goes against human nature. 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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The episode came out a winner.
10 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first saw that this episode featured Sammy Davis Jr as a gunfighter, I was somewhat skeptic about the situation. I have nothing against Mr Davis but I have seen where famous stars just do not live up to the standards of a weekly series. But after watching I can say that Mr Davis did an outstanding job of making the character come to life and the episode's story much better.

The story begins with a gunslinger, Tip Corey played by Davis, rides into North Fork making everyone uncomfortable. When Micah confronts Corey about leaving North Fork, Corey tells him that by sundown he will have the Marshal's badge and will rub it in the dirt.

But do not be taken up by the harsh words spoke. Even though Corey has a reputation of being a killer there is a side of Corey that just wants to live without having to prove anything to anyone. But it seems that all Corey has is his reputation and he cannot find a way to be release from the grip of what people believe.

Lucas gets Micah to leave town and he pins on the badge. Corey is ready to leave North Fork but he still has one more task to prove. He has got to live up to his reputation.

I was worried at the start of the show but those emotions fled very quickly into the broadcast. This episode turned out to be an interesting tale that keep the viewer's attention the entire time. Even with some of the later shows being lackluster, this episode brought back all the excitement of the series. Good watch.


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