Trackdown (1957–1959)
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The San Saba Incident 

Hoby is assigned to escort a wagon of four prisoners to the state pen in Huntsville. One of the prisoners is a women, and this causes all kinds of trouble.

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Abby Lindon
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Travis
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Ike Collins
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Hoby is assigned to escort a wagon of four prisoners to the state pen in Huntsville. One of the prisoners is a women, and this causes all kinds of trouble.

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18 October 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Chris Alcaide character, referenced without name in the 'User Review' similarity to the 'Wanted Dead or Alive' episode 'Prison Trail', was, in fact, Brad Dexter; one of Steve McQueen's co-stars as the cup flipping, treasure chasing, "turn mother's picture to the wall" Harry in 'The Magnificent Seven'. See more »

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Dutchy Hoffman: As long as Travis hasn't shown, I'm satisfied.
Hoby Gilman: That's the one thing that worries me.
Dutchy Hoffman: You go to your church, I'll go to mine... on second thought, I think I guess I'll go to yours but I won't like it. Take a look.
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1 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Chris Alcaide was one of the outlaws who wasn't given credit. I'm not sure who the other outlaw was. From the narrator's explanation at the end, we learn the two uncredited outlaws were named Elisha Collins and Malcolm Howls.

It's also interesting to note that this episode was done in "Wanted Dead or Alive" a few years later. I had actually seen it on WDOA first, and was surprised at how similar the two were - even down to the "I'll go to my church, you go to yours" quote...

This was a good episode. It held my interest and made me wonder just who exactly Travis was.


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