Tales of Wells Fargo: Season 6, Episode 31

The Gold Witch (5 May 1962)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Ron Randell ...
Arthur Reardon
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Virginia Christine ...
Ovie Swenson
Lory Patrick ...
Tina Swenson
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Paul Denning
Diana Millay ...
Ruth Reardon
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Charlie
Steve Darrell ...
Sheriff Hal Humphrey (as Stevan Darrell)
Claire Carleton ...
Mary-Sue Denning
Jeff Morris ...
Ed Garrett
Gail Bonney ...
Elizabeth Jennings
Laya Raki ...
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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Arthur Reardon: Is this how you live? The place is not fit for rats!
Charlie: Ah, it does me fine. A man like me don't need much. The only time I get me in trouble is when I let somebody tell me I need more than I got.
Arthur Reardon: What does that mean?
Charlie: I got hauled into an alley and beat up pretty good tonight playin' that silly gold mine game of yours.
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