Tales of Wells Fargo: Season 2, Episode 24

The Prisoner (17 Feb. 1958)

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Hardie offers an old outlaw whom he sent to prison the opportunity to earn a parole and a reward if he will lead a posse into an outlaw stronghold and help rescue a United States senator from his kidnappers.

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Jim Hardie / Narrator
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Robert Armstrong ...
Red Willis
Norman Willis ...
Terrell
Harvey Stephens ...
Senator Skagway
Keith Richards ...
Curly Dean
Russell Thorson ...
Wells Fargo Manager (as Russ Thorson)
Johnny Western ...
Young Outlaw
Kit Carson
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Hardie offers an old outlaw whom he sent to prison the opportunity to earn a parole and a reward if he will lead a posse into an outlaw stronghold and help rescue a United States senator from his kidnappers.

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[Hardie has arranged for Dawson's parole if the outlaw can locate his old cellmate]
Bob Dawson: Sayin' goodbye to the old jailhouse makes me kinda sad.
Jim Hardie: If we don't find Willis, we'll make you happy again.
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