The Virginian (1962–1971)
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The Return of Golden Tom 

TV-PG | | Western | Episode aired 9 March 1966
After 35 years in prison Tom Brant returns to Medicine Bow. A newspaper reporter's story about him stirs the interest of people who had various connections to him. People swarm to him for different reasons including the money he hid.

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(as Tony Leader)

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Judge Henry Garth (credit only)
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Trampas (credit only)
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Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ...
Jennifer Summers (credit only)
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The Virginian (credit only)
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Tom Brant
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Ira Lom
Dee Pollock ...
Willie Cade
Jean Inness ...
Widow Hazard
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Amos Coe
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Ross Tedler
Dee Carroll ...
Sarah Tedler
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Keel (as Larry Blake)
Dennis McCarthy ...
Frank Swan
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Tom Brant returns to Medicine Bow after 35 years in prison as an old broken man. His exploits have been expanded into mythic portions over the years first in a book and now by a St. Louis Courier reporter Ira Lom. He was involved in a shootout in the Medicine Bow saloon immortalized in a painting and retold by the bartender. Tom hopes to see his daughter Sarah Tedler who he has never met. She was raised by strangers and now married with a daughter and sick son. She has lived with the reputation of being an outlaw's daughter which has affected her and her family emotionally. Others including Sarah and the grandson of one of Tom's outlaw friends who Tom killed believe Tom has money hidden that they want. Amos Coe the brother of a man Tom killed is an important man in Medicine Bow. Amos was held up by Tom and his gang before he went to prison. Amos now wants revenge. Others including several gunmen arrive in Medicine Bow hoping to take advantage of his legend and the money they believe ... Written by Anonymous

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9 March 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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