Trackdown: Season 1, Episode 25

The Pueblo Kid (4 Apr. 1958)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Western
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Hoby has to deal with the pending arrival of the notorious Pueblo Kid!

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Jed Daws
George Brenlin ...
Dave Phillips
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Penny Adams
Sally Fraser ...
Lucy Franklin
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Hoby has to deal with the pending arrival of the notorious Pueblo Kid!

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Lucy Franklin: Maybe it isn't Jed's fault that he turned out this way. Maybe he HAD to shoot.
Hoby Gilman: Seven times?
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Another famous actor
28 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another good episode where Robert Culp got to play along-side a television icon. Michael Landon was just starting out. Later this same year (1958) we saw him play in a couple episodes of The Rifleman. Then before long, he became Little Joe. Later, he'd be Charles Ingalls and then an angel. Michael was a wonderful actor who showed his talent with his good looks and sensitive nature...

Micahel did great playing a acting tough young man. We've seen it in Rifleman, and then Little Joe behaved that way as well...

Though nobody died in this episode, Robert Culp did a good job showing the tough side of westerns. I enjoyed the way it all worked out in the end...


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