Bill Longley returns from a cattle drive and discovers an impostor has stolen his mail, destroyed a saloon and dallied with a pretty girl, causing his father to demand a shotgun wedding. ... See full summary »

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Warren Masters (as Reg Parton)
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Ed Martin
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Jebb Kilmer
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Sandy Potts
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Mary Lou Martin
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Juan Aruza
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Bill Longley returns from a cattle drive and discovers an impostor has stolen his mail, destroyed a saloon and dallied with a pretty girl, causing his father to demand a shotgun wedding. The impostor, a criminal recently sprung from jail by a crooked gambler with a grudge against Longley, starts to have a change of heart when he discovers the respect and admiration others have for a man who stands up for the weak and has second thoughts about luring Longley into the trap the gambler has set for the Texan. Written by David Bassler

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19 October 1959 (USA)  »

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Regis Parton, who played Bill Longley's impostor in this episode, was series star 'Rory Calhoun''s stunt double. See more »

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Warren Masters: I said, you've got to trust me!
Mary Lou Martin: How can I trust you? Using another man's name, hiding behind his reputation, taking advantage of his friends - what kind of man are you?
Warren Masters: I-I don't rightly know.
Mary Lou Martin: Well, you'd best find out - and don't come back until you do!
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