Trackdown: Season 2, Episode 1

Killer Take All (5 Sep. 1958)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Western
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Hoby investigates the murder of a well known rancher who lead a double life as a notorious gambler.

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Hoby investigates the murder of a well known rancher who lead a double life as a notorious gambler.

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Hoby Gilman: Bobby Carlyle, huh? I don't suppose anybody calls you Robert?
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Yet Another Black Widow!
29 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

How many more evil women are going to come into Hoby's life? It seems the writers of Trackdown certainly loved making the woman out to be evil. If ever a woman was to hang, it would be this one...

It amazes me to see just who was not given credit. For instance, the boarding woman was given a fairly big speaking part yet we don't see her name anywhere in the credits...

And again, Culp's acting in this is so different and so great! I just love his attitude!

And of course we caught the line when Hoby asked Bobby if he goes by Robert! That was classic...


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