Hardie hires The Great Reardon, a mind-reading act, to serve as the entertainment at Wells Fargo's 15th anniversary celebration. Reardon's act always involved trickery, but now he plans to ... See full summary »

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Arthur Reardon
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Ovie Swenson
Lory Patrick ...
Tina Swenson
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Paul Denning
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Ruth Reardon
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Charlie
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Sheriff Hal Humphrey (as Stevan Darrell)
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Mary-Sue Denning
Jeff Morris ...
Ed Garrett
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Elizabeth Jennings
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The Gypsy Girl
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Hardie hires The Great Reardon, a mind-reading act, to serve as the entertainment at Wells Fargo's 15th anniversary celebration. Reardon's act always involved trickery, but now he plans to use his wife's "powers" to swindle a mine owner out of $10,000 by claiming to be able to reveal the location of a missing vein of gold ore. Written by David Bassler

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[Jim and Jeb have just found Charlie in an alley badly beaten after he announced he's made a gold strike]
Sheriff Hal Humphrey: All right, Charley, I guess you're going to live. The Lord sure must love a man with a big mouth.
Jim Hardie: Do you have any idea who did it?
Charlie: Yeah, Hank Garrett. He was at me and at me all afternoon trying to get me to tell him where I found my gold. I guess he got a little impatient.
Sheriff Hal Humphrey: If he got any more impatient, he'd have beat you to death.
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