The Virginian: Season 4, Episode 22

Harvest of Strangers (16 Feb. 1966)

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As Ryker leaves town for a few days, a group of men known as Metis arrive in Medicine Bow. They are a rough group but want no trouble. However, the people are afraid of trouble which comes as Starr tries to stop it - from themselves.

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Judge Henry Garth (credit only)
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Trampas (credit only)
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Randy Boone ...
Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ...
Jennifer Sommers (credit only)
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Jeremiah Chilton
Jan Shepard ...
Connie Burns
Barbara Turner ...
Louise Devers
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Jim Sunderland
Geoffrey Horne ...
Regan
Émile Genest ...
Brule
Fabrizio Mioni ...
Jean
Willard Sage ...
Charlie Davis
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Ryker has to leave Medicine Bow for a few days so he deputizes Regan to handle things. As the train pulls out a group of men consisting of Canadian French and Cree Indians known at Metis arrive at Medicine Bow well armed. Although they intend no harm to Medicine Bow, the people react negatively to them. Complicating matters is an engaged Louise Devers who desires attention from random men who wrongly accuses their leader of assaulting her resulting in additional confrontations including a small boy being wounded. Morgan Starr tries to counsel their acceptance especially after he learns one of them Jeremiah Chilton is an old friend. The people create vigilantes to keep peace as Regan quit as deputy when the Metis arrived. The one accepting person in town is the saloon woman Connie Burns who becomes friends with Chilton. When the town goes berserk, Starr hopes to settle things while The Virginian confronts the person who caused the uproar. Written by Anonymous

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