Drunk, disliked Walter Verig is found murdered by Trampas who sees Doc Baldwin ride away from the body in his buggy. Trampas is first suspected due to a bloody hand but suspicion soon falls on Baldwin. Trampas tries to prove his innocence.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Grainger (credit only)
Don Quine ...
Stacey Grainger (credit only)
Sara Lane ...
Elizabeth Grainger (credit only)
Arthur Blanton
Carol Fisk
Doc Baldwin
Harry Landers ...
Walter Verig
Pete Verig
Harriet Baldwin
Logan Field ...
John Zaremba ...


Trampas goes to Medicine Bow to have a plow repaired by the blacksmith Joe and pick up items for Shiloh. After dropping the plow at the blacksmith, he goes to Walter Verig's harness shop where he breaks up a fight between Walter and Doc Baldwin. Walter had promised to sell a house for a hospital but has changed his mind. Attorney Arthur Blanton and his daughter Nancy are at Doc Baldwin's office where Doc's assistant Carol Fisk takes Nancy's leg brace for repairs to the blacksmith who is talking with Trampas. After leaving she encounters Walter who wants her to go out with him again. When Walter gets rough with Carol, Trampas hits him. That night Trampas cuts his hand severely on the plow repositioning it on the wagon. He goes to Doc' empty office where he gets a towel for his hand. He heads toward Carol's place when he sees Doc leave in a buggy. Trampas finds Walter dead from a knife wound behind a barrel. Ryker first suspects Trampas due to his cut hand. When evidence shows Trampas ... Written by Anonymous

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29 November 1967 (USA)  »

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