Garrett arrests the Killgor brothers, a pair of brutish drifters, for busting up one of Lincoln's saloons. Pat doesn't pay attention to the drifters' threats about their mother's ... See full summary »

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Garrett arrests the Killgor brothers, a pair of brutish drifters, for busting up one of Lincoln's saloons. Pat doesn't pay attention to the drifters' threats about their mother's viciousness, but the woman pistol whips Pat and frees her brood, locking Pat in their cell. The Killgores then steal sheriff's badges and embark on a crime spree. Written by David Bassler

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10 March 1962 (USA)  »

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[Garrett used the rock salt Billy planned to make ice cream with to capture some criminals]
William Bonney: Patrick...
Pat Garrett: Hmm?
William Bonney: You owe me a bag of salt.
Pat Garrett: Oh? You owe me for a lock on a cell door. That makes us even.
William Bonney: Well, don't expect me to save you no ice cream.
Pat Garrett: Blackmailer. My money's downstairs.
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Blatant ripoff of Rifleman episode by same writer!
11 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My rating is based on the fact that this is not an original script, but a blatant ripoff of "The Rifleman" episode "Bloodlines," written by the same person who wrote this episode. This episode is nothing special anyway, but the fact that it's not original work makes it worse. Disappointing that so many writers would re-purpose their own stuff for different shows. The show pays for an original episode, and they get a ripoff. I like both of these shows a lot, so this bothers me. And Hollywood has always made it difficult for new writers to break in. They'd rather give jobs to people who do things like this. The Rifleman episode in question is located at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0686597/


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