John Cameron, from Philadelphia, heads west with his wife to start a new life. Her flirtatious ways may get the better of her when three trappers come into camp offering fresh buffalo and thinking she might be more available than she is.


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Episode cast overview:
Julie Cameron
John Cameron
Rich Tacker
Charlie Otis
Trapper (as Francis J. McDonald)
William Boyett ...
Frank Tacker
Ron Foster ...
Talbot (as Ronald Foster)
Paul Tacker


John Cameron's wife Julie has little regard for husband who gave up an easy life in Philadelphia to take her to California to start a new life. Julie makes a play at Flint who rebuffs her. Three Jayhawker brothers come into camp looking for a good time and she obliges much to her husband's dismay. The next morning she has left with them and John takes off after her. While buffalo hunting Flint notices buzzards overhead and finds John shot in the leg. After patching up John, the two take after John's wife. They find the brothers are killing each other over Julie and eventually rescue her. She finally realizes she loves John but John also realizes he can't keep her trapped with him. When the surviving brother returns for her, John kills him but not before his wife is shot by the Jayhawker. Written by Anonymous

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2 October 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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John Cameron: Poor Julie. She couldn't help being the way she was any more than I could help loving her.
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A Classic in the "Adult Western" Genre
27 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a world of "TV" westerns with characters like: "Cisco", "Poncho", "Tonto"; and, the "Masked Man" (of course). Broadcast Westerns of the late 1950s; and, into the 1960s, attempted to attract adult audiences (after the "baby boomer" children (they were real children then) were put to bed).

This episode's subject matter and principal themes, are in line with this attempt. A woman (not kidnapped by a raiding band of Indians, on the "Warpath"), is sought after by her otherwise devoted husband, who can't understand why she's not just left him. She's run-off, with not one; but three (3) men; brothers, no less. All of whom promptly start killing one another; over her attentions.

After she helps amputate her husband's leg, she discovers that she loves him; a little late, but better than never. Needless to say he comes to his senses after his episode in frontier surgery, and decides to part ways from her on the trail. But it's still the 1950s, so this morality tale still punishes infidelity and lust.

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