Hoby comes up on a stage coach that had been ambushed. The driver and passengers are all dead after being shot in the back, but he soon discovers one soul survivor: an infant in her dead ... See full summary »

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Hoby comes up on a stage coach that had been ambushed. The driver and passengers are all dead after being shot in the back, but he soon discovers one soul survivor: an infant in her dead mother's arms. In the baby's blanket, Hoby finds a piece of paper with the name "Harriet Salisbury" on it. He delivers the baby to the doctor in the nearest time and begins his mission to find the owner of the name and investigate just who was responsible for the cowardly killing. The answer is quite surprising! Written by Michelle

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8 November 1957 (USA)  »

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Hoby
7 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoy watching Robert Culp in these episodes. He did such a great job. The scene in this episode where he punches that dude at the bar and the look on his face afterward is priceless! He gives the man a look like "I'm not scared of you, so give it your best shot..."

I do hope these episodes are someday released on a DVD box set restored and uncut. They are really good, and in this episode everyone was given credit except for the baby that appeared briefly, but that's expected. It would still be nice to know if the baby who appeared grew up to be some famous actor/actress...

I must admit that I was surprised when the murderer was revealed. I was sure it was an open and shut case...


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