A doctor learns that his step son is admiring a gunfighter. When the gunfighter is wounded, a series of dilemmas are faced by the doctor.

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Himself - Host / Dr. Mike Reynolds
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Julie Reynolds
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Sheriff Les Houghton
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Nick Reynolds
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Walt Matthews
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Dolf Akins
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Tom Menken
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A doctor learns that his step son is admiring a gunfighter. When the gunfighter is wounded, a series of dilemmas are faced by the doctor.

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18 December 1958 (USA)  »

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Left us wanting more
21 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A town has a hated gunfighter, Dolf, that lives in the area. Dolf is not liked by many and has become a thorn in the side of the town. One day Dolf is the one that has a bullet in him and he is taken to Doc Reynolds' office. The gunman has a bullet lodged near his heart and it looks like the only way to save his life is to operate. But the townsfolk want the good doctor to let the killer die. The Doc is put in a difficult situation.

But that is not the entire story. Dolf had shot and killed a young man's father a few years back. The young man is named Nick and it just so happens that the doctor has married Nick's mother. During all the commotion at the doc's house, we find out that Nick was the one that shot Dolf. The doctor is even put in a more dire dilemma.

An enjoyable episode that has all the fine makes of a western script. The story would have been better had we been able to continue with the progression after the closed of the show. But in the short thirty minute format, we are left wanting more. A fine show.


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