Tales of Wells Fargo: Season 6, Episode 21

Hometown Doctor (17 Feb. 1962)

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Cattle drovers waiting to deliver their beef to the railhead at Gloribee are making life miserable for the townspeople, but Jim Hardie won't accept the stock until they're cleared by a ... See full summary »

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Jeb Gaines
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Dr. Jeremy Wilson
Ken Scott ...
Stringer
George Wallace ...
Cross (as Geo. Wallace)
Lillian Bronson ...
Missee Blake
Steve Darrell ...
Sheriff Hal Humphrey (as Stevan Darrell)
Paul Sorensen ...
Ace
Francis McDonald ...
Jethro
Hank Patterson ...
Sid the Stage Driver
Emerson Treacy ...
Doc Quinney
Roy Barcroft ...
Sam Rogers
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ...
The 2nd Drover (as Red Morgan)
Leonard P. Geer ...
The 3rd Drover (as Lenny Geer)
Nina Shipman ...
Gloria Wilson
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Cattle drovers waiting to deliver their beef to the railhead at Gloribee are making life miserable for the townspeople, but Jim Hardie won't accept the stock until they're cleared by a veterinarian. The local doctor died under suspicious circumstances and Hardie convinces his son, also a vet, to examine the stock and help solve the older man's death. Written by David Bassler

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Jeb Gaines: Jim, it came - that message from Sam Rogers.
Jim Hardie: [reading telegram] Dear Jim, you scoundrel, what's going on? Greg Stringer my trail boss, of course. Big, hard, honest and mean - mean enough to handle available saddle scum on a drive. Arriving soon as possible with a more thorough description of him... and a real thorough description of you.
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