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"Stagecoach West" Red Sand (1960)

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Director:
Writers:
John Robinson (teleplay)
Will C. Brown (story)
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Original Air Date:
22 November 1960 (Season 1, Episode 7)
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Plot:
During a ferocious sandstorm, Simon Kane spots a man lying by the side of the road. When he stops his stagecoach and attempts to render assistance... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Dean Jones gives a nice performance in this episode. See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Wayne Rogers ... Luke Perry (credit only)

Richard Eyer ... Davey Kane

Robert Bray ... Simon Kane

Dean Jones ... Joe Brady

Diana Millay ... Martha Whitlock

Edgar Buchanan ... Lum Jensen

Guy Stockwell ... Sergeant Williams
John Damler ... Doc
Warren Vanders ... Guard

Harold J. Stone ... Tanner

Episode Crew
Directed by
Don McDougall  (as Donald McDougall)
 
Writing credits
John Robinson (teleplay)

Will C. Brown (story)

Produced by
Vincent M. Fennelly .... producer
 
Original Music by
Skip Martin 
 
Cinematography by
Wilfred M. Cline (director of photography) (as Wilfrid M. Cline)
 
Film Editing by
Frank Sullivan 
 
Casting by
Marjory McKay 
 
Art Direction by
Bill Ross (supervising art director)
Robert Emmet Smith  (as Robert E. Smith)
 
Set Decoration by
Chester Bayhi 
Anthony D. Nealis 
 
Production Management
Lloyd Allen .... production manager (as Lloyd D. Allen)
Jack Sonntag .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nathan Barragar .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Monty Pearce .... sound effects (as Monte Pearce)
Don Rush .... sound
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robert B. Harris .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Bernard W. Burton .... editorial supervisor (as Bernard Burton)
 
Music Department
Bud and Travis .... vocalist
Herschel Burke Gilbert .... music supervisor
Terry Gilkyson .... lyricist
Dave Kahn .... music editor
Skip Martin .... conductor
 
Other crew
D.D. Beauchamp .... story consultant
 

Series Crew
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Original Music by
Terry Gilkyson 
 
Stunts
Bill Hart .... stunt coordinator
Jesse Wayne .... stunts
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
60 min
Language:
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

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Soundtrack:
Stagecoach WestSee more »

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Dean Jones gives a nice performance in this episode., 1 August 2016
Author: kfo9494 from United States

Simon and Davey are riding the stage during a foul dust storm when they come across a man that appears unconscious on the side on the road. Both of them get off the stage to give aid to the man when another man named Tanner (Harold Stone) comes out from behind some bushes with gun in hand. The man that needing help, Joe (Dean Jones), also produces a gun and the men tell Simon that they need his horses.

We later learn that the two men have robbed a bank and are on the run from Federal agents. Tanner was the mastermind of the robbery and was the one that actually went into the bank. Before leaving Tanner shot two men dead while escaping with the payroll money and then caught up with Joe who was just watching from a distance.

Anyway, the two bandits along with Simon and Davey, find shelter from the storm in what appears to be an abandon house. However living in the house is a female, Martha Whitlock, that has been alone since her husband left never to return. It is not long before the young Joe starts to fall for the beautiful Martha. But along the way the Federal agents catch up with the two and all of the sudden Tanner tells them that Joe was the one that shot the two in the bank. Joe is now bound to hang for the killings.

Even though it was nice to see the guest-stars on the series, the show had some holes that just did not seem plausible. From leaving a note at the general store when just telling the clerk the problem - to forgiving pass transgressions and becoming chums- some items did not sync with the normal. Cannot say too much more without giving away the final scene but the ending was somewhat suspicious. The young Dean Jones gave a nice acting job in the episode which made the show easier to watch. An entertaining show.

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