The Virginian: Season 4, Episode 28

No Drums, No Trumpets (6 Apr. 1966)

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Starr with Trampas agrees to go to Mexico to check the security of a town where A US Senator and a Mexican Governor plan to sign a treat. All looks okay so Trampas leaves but Starr soon finds he is in the middle of an assassination plot.

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The Virginian (credit only)
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Judge Henry Garth (credit only)
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Sherriff Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Randy Boone ...
Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ...
Jennifer Sommers (credit only)
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Cleve Mason
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Marian Clay
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Augustin (as Hans Gudegast)
Richard Devon ...
Ed Beal
Rex Holman ...
Harmon
Eduardo Ciannelli ...
Father Carlo
Michael Fox ...
Gen. Howard
Edward Colmans ...
Gov. Delgado
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Morgan Starr is involved in a cattle deal planned along with a treaty between Mexico and the United State to be signed at a small village in Mexico. The treaty is to be signed by U.S. Senator Mills and Mexican governor Delgado. Starr and Trampas agree to travels to the site in advance to check the security as the Senator does not want to send a military delegation. They find the village quiet and peaceful with a few Americans visiting. Trampas leaves to report all is well for the signing the next day. After he leaves Starr discovers some 7th Calvary troops there with a fake story. He along with a female bar owner and a padre are taken captive by a group run by an old friend Cleve Mason who was a U.S. Marshal at Cimarron hired to assassinate the two men who are to sign the agreement. The group has brought a Gatling gun in a casket to use in the assassination. Starr works with the padre to undermine the plot and salvage the agreement while the female bartender renews a relationship with... Written by Anonymous

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The last of Morgan Starr
6 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Improbable but fairly absorbing drama interrupted series' depressing late-season skid. Star power of Leslie Nielsen, Julie Adams and future soap opera stud Eric Braeden, then known as Hans Gudegast, give show a boost, but stock heavy Rex Holman makes the most vivid impression as a psychotic killer in love with his Gatling gun. John Dehner, whose crusty Morgan Starr recurring role went over like a lead balloon with series' fans, shows a compassionate side here as he tries to dissuade Nielsen's bitter ex-lawman character from his assassination scheme before it's too late. It was already too late for Dehner. This was Morgan Starr's final appearance in "The Virginian." There would be big changes in the cast of regulars in season five.


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