The Virginian: Season 9, Episode 18

The Angus Killer (10 Feb. 1971)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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The Virginian arrives at Laura Duff's ranch to buy her Angus cattle, only to find that she has lost her head steer due to someone cutting her fence. While she suspects a hostile rancher who... See full summary »

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Col. Alan MacKenzie (credit only)
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Trampas (credit only)
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Roy Tate (credit only)
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Alonzo Worth
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Laura Duff
Stephen McNally ...
Gus Muller
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Pat Reedy
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Sheriff
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Jimmy Duff
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Marjorie Worth
Jon Lormer ...
Doctor
Christopher Howell ...
Muller's Hand
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The Virginian arrives at Laura Duff's ranch to buy her Angus cattle, only to find that she has lost her head steer due to someone cutting her fence. While she suspects a hostile rancher who wants her land, her son insists that a friendly neighbor is responsible, not only for the cattle but also for the death of his father several months earlier. Written by rbecker28

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Bullied Beef
19 June 2011 | by (Roseworthy, South Australia) – See all my reviews

Opening on a downed Angas bull which has been poisoned by Loco weed, after a fence was cut, and the Virginian later meeting the widow, Laura Duff, of the property founder.

Her son Jimmy is hot to trot in getting revenge but is talked to by the alcoholic ranch foreman Reedy not that it did much good as it appears Jimmy is intent on causing trouble no matter what.

It looks as though there are a few more suspects than first appears and one in particular is rather close to home. When the Virginians's conversation with Laura about investigating the fence being cut is overheard this leads to the Virginian being shot.


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