Hoby tracks down Mal Cody after his twin brother Wes steals Hoby's badge, identification, gun, money and horse and poses as Hoby to break Mal out of jail.

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Mal Cody / Wes Cody
Rebecca Welles ...
Julie Corbin
Richard Devon ...
Fenn Dooley
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Hoby tracks down Mal Cody after his twin brother Wes steals Hoby's badge, identification, gun, money and horse and poses as Hoby to break Mal out of jail.

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16 May 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Hoby Gilman: You're under arrest for aiding and abetting a prisoner to escape.
The Sheriff: Under what authority?
Hoby Gilman: [Throws badge on the bar without taking his eyes off the sheriff] Under the State of Texas. And I have papers if you want to see them.
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A really wonderful and surprising story

I did not know this TV show at all. I just discover it and am amazed. I won't repeat the scheme again, but I hope all the other episodes of this series are as interesting as this one. But the only thing that I will point out is that this twins brothers and one of them in jail scheme has been used one year earlier for the big screen with Russell Rouse's HOUSE OF NUMBERS, starring Jack Palance. A terrific film noir which I highly recommend to every one.

Steve McQueen is outstanding here as the twins characters, a true gem, in fact. More interesting than the Josh Randall's one, for my own taste.

Episode directed by Ranald McDougall, a prolific TV director.


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