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The John Turnbull Story 

Bill and Charlie looking for horses help out an old friend John Turnbull (an Ute lawyer) defend his reservation against local land sharks who look to initiate a range war so the army will push the local residents off their land.





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Episode cast overview:
Christopher Hale (credit only)
Flint McCullough (credit only)
Bill Hawks
Charlie Wooster
Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
John Turnbull
Jack Thorne
Jacob Solomon
Dayton Lummis ...
T.J. Gingle
Judge Burkhardt
Burro Beetle
Col. Draper
Telegraph Operator
1st Indian Brave


Bill and Charlie have been sent to a small town near an Ute reservation. They tried dealing with T.J. Gingle who is a major player in the town but he wanted twice the price for wore out horses. They spot three men beating up a lone man in an alley. After breaking up the fight, they help the man, an Ute, with his wounds who Bill suddenly recognizes. Bill caught him as a young Ute brave and turned him over to the Army. He now goes by the name John Turnbull and graduated from Columbia Law School back East. He is now trying to represent his Ute tribe against Gingle and others who want to grab their land for development. John's partner, Jacob Solomon, is helping by being the lawyer of record due to the local judge, Judge Burkhardt, keeping John from practicing. Bill decides to buy the horses they need from the Utes which gives them the money they need to file their lawsuit. This puts Bill and Charlie in the middle of the land fight which turns nasty when hired gun, Jack Thorne, kills ... Written by Anonymous

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30 May 1962 (USA)  »

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