Trackdown: Season 1, Episode 9

End of an Outlaw (29 Nov. 1957)

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Hoby and Ranger Dick Wade are dispatched to Round Rock on the word of an informant who warns that notorious outlaw Sam Bass is intent on robbing the bank in two days!

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Sam Bass
Willard Sage ...
Dick Wade
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Deputy Perry Grimes
James Gavin ...
Captain Reynolds
John Baer ...
Jim Murphy
Mario Siletti ...
Luigi Campelloni
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Hoby and Ranger Dick Wade are dispatched to Round Rock on the word of an informant who warns that notorious outlaw Sam Bass is intent on robbing the bank in two days!

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Hoby Gilman: What happened to the money you got from the train robbery?
Sam Bass: Gone too... all but this... twenty dollars.
Hoby Gilman: Don't seem hardly worth it.
Sam Bass: Just can't figure it... Several robberies we commit... Several... And I wind up with a twenty dollar gold piece and a .44 in the stomach. That's pretty bad pay. Don't figure... Sure don't figure...
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Sam Glass
10 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I always enjoy it when they put real people and events in a story. Obviously, they have to spice it up a bit to make it more interesting, though I think many of the stories could stand well on their own fact- based accounts.

The writers changed the name of Deputy Grimes to Perry instead of A. W. (according to Wikipedia). The shootout actually happened on July 19 (not August 18). He died on July 21 on his 27th birthday. Though he was discovered in a field, he was discovered by railroad men then taken into custody. Of course, I suppose the Texas Rangers had to find Samm Bass so they could be made the heroes!


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