Tales of Wells Fargo: Season 6, Episode 1

Casket 7.3 (30 Sep. 1961)

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Jim and his foreman, Jeb Gaine, are busy moving onto the ranch purchased from Ovie and her two lovely daughters when the Wells Fargo agent is called back to service to retrieve plates used ... See full summary »

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Jack Ging ...
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Virginia Christine ...
Ovie
Mary Jane Saunders ...
Mary Gee
Lory Patrick ...
Tina
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Justin Brox
Suzanne Lloyd ...
Christine
Torin Thatcher ...
Grey Man
Stephen Roberts ...
Wells Fargo Official
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The Agent
Lewis Webb ...
Man #1
Eve McVeagh ...
The Woman
Charles Horvath ...
Man #2
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Jim and his foreman, Jeb Gaine, are busy moving onto the ranch purchased from Ovie and her two lovely daughters when the Wells Fargo agent is called back to service to retrieve plates used to counterfeit bonds. Hardie learns the plates were stolen by a group of former Confederate soldiers who plan to print enough worthless bonds that the United States economy would fall into shambles. Written by David Bassler

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Grey Man: You must go to Dos Mesas and get Justin Brox and the plate.
Jim Hardie: And what if I should fail?
Grey Man: You won't, Mr. Hardie. You were selected for two reasons - first, because you're a horseman and second, because we checked your Wells Fargo record and found that you've never failed.
Jim Hardie: There's got to be a first time for everybody. What if this is it?
Grey Man: I shall weep for you... at your funeral.
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