The Virginian (1962–1971)
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Crime Wave in Buffalo Springs 

After a fight with Trampas, David leaves. He finds himself not only robbed of his clothes and horse by bank robbers but arrested for the robbery himself. Trampas who followed to get him to return, finds himself in the same jail cell.

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Clay Grainger (credit only)
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Trampas
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David Sutton
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Elizabeth Grainger (credit only)
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Imogene Del Finnia
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Josephine Del Finnia
Ann Prentiss ...
Geraldine Del Finnia
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Ned Trumbull
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Sheriff Tom Wade
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Bank robbers
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Nat Trumbull
Jean Peloquin ...
Jean
Angie Love ...
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David Sutton quits Shiloh after he and Trampas have a run in. On the road David stops to help a young woman with an injured leg but finds himself robbed of his clothes and horse. Walking he spots a horse and clothes so he puts them on and rides to Buffalo Springs. The screams of a woman brings the Sheriff who arrests him for robbing the bank. His clothes, horse and height match one of the robbers. Trampas follows him to Buffalo Springs where he spots a man in the saloon in David's clothes. A fight breaks out landing Trampas in jail in the same cell with David. The real robbers are children of banker Nat Trumbull and saloon owner Imogene Delphinia who split the town. Josephine Delphinia hearing about David goes to the jail and with some cooperation from David has him released. David pays the bar damages allowing Trampas to be released but both learn the truth and find themselves involved with the kids activities leading to comedic actions by everyone including the inept sheriff. Written by Anonymous

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29 January 1969 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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