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Man and Money 

Hoby convinces a wounded bank robber and killer he's an outlaw himself, hoping to be taken to the missing loot.

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(as Donald McDougall)

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(as Dan Ullman)
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Hoby Gilman
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Stony Buckram
Anna Navarro ...
Juanita Golinda
Victor Millan ...
Rodolfo Golinda
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Sheriff Galloway (as Donald Diamond)
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Hoby convinces a wounded bank robber and killer he's an outlaw himself, hoping to be taken to the missing loot.

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Western

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27 December 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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In opening scene, power lines and towers can be seen on top of the mountains in the background. See more »

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Narrator: Stony Buckram got exactly what he deserved. He was tried, found guilty, executed, and forgotten.
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Vic Morrow
22 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

When I saw that Vic Morrow was going to be the bad guy, I just knew this was going to be a good episode. Robert Culp does great making expressions in this episode. I especially liked his expression when he said "Well, don't spend it all in one place."

And we got to see a touch of the bad side of Robert Culp when he pretended to be an outlaw...

The narrator's quote at the end of this episode is of course very sad, and it's the case for many of the outlaws (and prisoners today). After they are executed, they are forgotten, many times in an unmarked grave unless someone is kind enough to claim the body...Their lives are short and destructive...


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