Tom rides out to Job Turner's desert house to deliver the old man a letter from his son, telling him that he'll be arriving on the next stage. But then a group of outlaws arrives, one of ... See full summary »

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Will Hutchins ...
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Jeff Seward
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Job Turner
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Morales
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Borden (as Edward Byrnes)
Fintan Meyler ...
Mrs. Dale
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Kearney (credit only)
Terry Rangno ...
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Tom rides out to Job Turner's desert house to deliver the old man a letter from his son, telling him that he'll be arriving on the next stage. But then a group of outlaws arrives, one of them wounded. The outlaws force Tom and Job to lead them through the desert to the border and keep the wounded man alive, not knowing that both men have learned that the outlaws killed Job's son during a stage robbery, and that Job has no intention of leading them to anything but death. Written by rbecker28

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16 September 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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A good episode
11 February 2015 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

One of the show's better episodes. Tightly constructed, well focused, it only weakens toward the end with the unnecessary and unlikely addition of an extra character. Good use is made of two actors from Warner Brothers stable of TV stars -- John ("Lawman") Russell and Edd ("77 Sunset Strip") Byrnes -- and Will Wright is nothing short of perfect as the old desert rat. Though only about 64 years old at the time of this filming, he could easily pass for a man at least ten years older. The sense of a hot, arid landscape is well conveyed. Given this climate, one wonders why John Russell wasn't given an opportunity to take his shirt off at least once. Chests like that should not be kept hidden.


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