In an effort to thwart thieving outlaws that rob their stagecoaches, the stage-line's main operators come up with a plan that is not only unorthodox but risky as well.

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Mark Bigelow
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Sarah Malloy
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Stage Driver Cass
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Malloy - Outlaw
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Sheriff
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Rider
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Way Station Proprietor
Carol Hill ...
Mrs. Martin
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Rider
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Oakom - Coach Lines Proprietor
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In an effort to thwart thieving outlaws that rob their stagecoaches, the stage-line's main operators come up with a plan that is not only unorthodox but risky as well.

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14 April 1960 (USA)  »

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Talk about a turn in events.......
9 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a turn of events in this episode as we are treated to a story that is pleasing to all. This is a story with so many twists you may need a chiropractor by the end of the show. This was one of those episodes where by the middle of the show a viewer was sure how the story would evolve. But don't be fooled, this is a tale that will have the viewer stunned by the time the credits roll.

It begins when a beautiful young female, Sarah, is leaving her job at the local stagecoach line and making her way for a new life. On the stage she will be carrying all her life savings which makes the driver of the coach somewhat nervous due to hold-ups in the area. Plus you add a stranger, Mark Bigelow, riding the stage at the very last moment- it makes for an adventure where you know something is afoot.

After a few minutes the stranger begins looking like a hero in a sea of bandits- but don't judge too quickly because things are going to change. Really change!

Do not want to give too much away about this story, so I have left it rather vague about the details. But even if you feel, by the middle of the tale, that the show is lacking--just stay tuned. Good show!


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