The Virginian (1962–1971)
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Trail to Ashley Mountain 

Trampas leads a two man posse to capture the brother-in-law of a friend in jail who is innocent when the Sheriff is injured. They encounter others who hinder their progress and an unhappy couple. But the big problem is Trampas' partner.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Grainger (credit only)
Stacey Grainger (credit only)
Elizabeth Grainger (credit only)
The Virginian
Huck Harkness
Steve Carlson ...
Willy Parker
Ed Wells
Paul Comi ...
Jack Harlan
Sheriff Abbott
Connie Wells


Sheriff Abbott suspects Ed Wells, a close friend of Trampas, of robbery and murder. Fringe from a buckskin shirt may be from a shirt owned by Ed. When Ed and his wife Connie cannot produce the shirt, Ed is arrested. Connie had given the shirt to her brother Willy Packer who has a troubled past. Trampas learns their suspicions but they refuse to tell Abbott hoping to keep Willy out of trouble. They know traveling salesman Gabe Stiles can clear Ed but after he is found dead, Ed and Connie admit that it was her brother Willy who was probably involved but Willy skips town. With Sheriff Abbott going after Willy, Trampas decides to join him along with telegraph operator Case. Abbott is hurt when his horse is kicked by Case forcing him to return to Medicine Bow. He deputizes Trampas and Case so they can continue. Willy is forced to buy a replacement horse from two prospectors who cheat him by selling him fake food. Willy is then forced to invade a couple's home for food and takes the wife to... Written by Anonymous

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2 November 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Gallery of villains
12 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

Trampas has his hands full with a posse more sinister than the fugitive he's pursuing, a rogues gallery that provides welcome distraction from episode's leaky plot and lean production budget. Preppy, clean-cut Martin Milner bucks off his stereotype by playing a duplicitous crook, George Kennedy and Jackie Coogan are a funny Mutt and Jeff combo as a couple of scrubby scroungers and Raymond St. Jacques grins maliciously as a ruthless bounty hunter who prefers to bring 'em back dead. Pallid Tab Hunter lookalike Steve Carlson, as the subject of the manhunt, was only fit to play a weakling, as he does here. Gene Evans suddenly turns up in a worthless subplot that's merely filler for threadbare story.

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