Dora Gray has made some poor choices in her life. Just wanting to get to San Francisco, her latest one involves someone who sells army guns to the Indians and Flint finds himself right in the middle of it.




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Episode cast overview:
Dora Gray
Doc Lockridge
Lt. Miles Borden (as Michael Connors)
Sgt. Broderick
Tyler McVey ...
Richard James ...
Craig Duncan ...
Second Private
Milan Smith ...
Indian Warrior
Little Horse (as X. Brand)


Flint and Hawks find a man killed with new Army repeating rifles so Seth sends Flint ahead to scout for Indians. Flint finds Doc Lockridge camped with the stunning Dora Gray stating he is selling blankets. Dora is on her way to San Francisco. Flint camps with them overnight and while they sleep he discovers Doc has a load of Army rifles and he had been signaling to Little Horse his position. Flint takes them prisoner and heads them for the Fort but Doc escapes. Flint decides to take Dora to a smaller nearby outpost against her advice. At the outpost Flint learns the soldiers there traded the rifles to Doc and Flint is taken prisoner. The Lieutenant in charge takes Flint out to kill him but is interrupted by Little Horse looking for his rifles. Dora escapes the outpost looking for Flint and becomes trapped in the fight with the Indians beside Flint. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

29 January 1958 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Linda Darnell returned as Dora Gray in episode 39, "The Sacramento Story." See more »

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The lowest form of frontier life
24 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

While scouting for Indians reputed to be on the warpath, Robert Horton comes across John Carradine traveling with Linda Darnell. Being the suspicious sort Horton examines the wagon they're traveling in and discovers a lot of repeating rifles. As in thousands of B westerns white folk who sell rifles to the Indians. Carradine escapes but Horton takes Darnell into custody and takes her and the rifles to a small I guess you would call satellite army post commanded by Lieutenant Michael Connors.

Big mistake because this is the first time in any western I recall an army man selling rifles. But Connors doesn't like wasting away on that post for $54.00 a month. It doesn't support the lifestyle he likes.

And Darnell just wants to get away from it all. She wants the big city of San Francisco and will do what it takes to get there including trying to seduce Flint McCullough. Darnell who was one of the most beautiful women ever to grace the big screen must be doing something wrong as Robert Horton won't give her a tumble.

It all works out for both of them in the end and you won't forget Linda Darnell as Dora Gray, a woman who can get, well almost any man to do her bidding.

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