Tales of the Texas Rangers: Season 3, Episode 10

Jace and Clay (5 Dec. 1958)

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Jace Pearson recounts the tale of how his great-grandfather first met the great grandfather of current Texas Ranger Clay Morgan. When the 19th Century Jace was sent to clean up the wave of ... See full summary »

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Jace Pearson recounts the tale of how his great-grandfather first met the great grandfather of current Texas Ranger Clay Morgan. When the 19th Century Jace was sent to clean up the wave of lawlessness sweeping Rubyville Valley, he was captured by one of the outlaws, but was rescued by a roving cowpoke named Clay Morgan. The two team up to smoke out the outlaws operating under the nose of the local sheriff. Written by David Bassler

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5 December 1958 (USA)  »

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[Clay has just rescued Jace]
Ranger Jace Pearson: Say, how'd you happen to come along just then.
Ranger Clay Morgan: Well, it's that old curiosity of mine - whenever I hear shots, I just have to find out where they come from. It's an old habit I picked up in the army.
Ranger Jace Pearson: Army man?
Ranger Clay Morgan: No, no - ex-army man. Discharged and made a civilian several months ago.
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