Hoby has to deal with a jailbreak-- except the cowboy doesn't leave-- he takes three hostages and tries to work a trade-- them for the Ranger!

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Brock Childers
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Penny Adams
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Dan Loring (as I. Stan Jolley)
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Jace Diggs
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Hoby has to deal with a jailbreak-- except the cowboy doesn't leave-- he takes three hostages and tries to work a trade-- them for the Ranger!

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2 May 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Dan Loring: Mr. Gilman, I'm sure sorry!
Hoby Gilman: I thought you was supposed to be a prized shot.
Dan Loring: Well, what I should've mentioned is I might be a might off on the first one.
Hoby Gilman: I'm glad.
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Pretty Classic Storyline
10 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story line is pretty classic, and one expected, though I liked the ending. I won't mention what happened, but I wasn't expecting the kidnappers ploy of escaping...

I've enjoyed watching Ellen Corby, James Griffith, Gail Kobe, and Norman Leavitt in the episodes, but since Hoby is a Texas Ranger he must leave Porter at some point. After all, it's called "Trackdown" not "Porter..." I'm anxious to see Hoby back on the road, though I wouldn't mind him stoppping in at Porter every now and then to catch up on his friends' lives...

DeForest Kelly did an excellent job as well.


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