Trackdown: Season 1, Episode 10

Look for the Woman (6 Dec. 1957)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Western
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Hoby gets information from a dying bank robber about his two partners in crime, who have threatened his sister to keep him from talking. Hoby promises to help the man's sister, only to find out all is not what it seems.

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Charlotte Crome
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Lee Caldwell
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Sheriff Michaels
Ross Elliott ...
Bill Judson
William Phipps ...
Bud Crome
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Hoby gets information from a dying bank robber about his two partners in crime, who have threatened his sister to keep him from talking. Hoby promises to help the man's sister, only to find out all is not what it seems.

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Poor Hoby!
14 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

How many times must Hoby get shot? How many times can a person be shot before the mere shots alone kill you off? It seems he's shot in nearly every episode.

This episode actually had some surprising twists to it. When I first met Charlotte, I had NO idea just how "bad" she was. And I wonder, did Sheriff Michaels (a.k.a. Roy Coffee) know he was killing a woman when he shot her? I was a bit shocked when that happened - didn't expect that in a million years! You should have seen my mouth pop open at that.

Talking about deception...I'm still not sure just who was deceiving who and who was on the level. This is one where I think they were all corrupted and against each other!


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