Sheriff Jed Morgan is worried about his prisoner, Tom Bowdry, because the local gentry seems to be getting lynch fever. Morgan hires guide Branch Taylor to hustle Bowdry to the nearby town of Borrego.

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Tom Bowdry
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Moose
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Branch Taylor
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Jenny Aldrich
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Sam
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Sheriff Jeb Morgan
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Sheriff Jed Morgan is worried about his prisoner, Tom Bowdry, because the local gentry seems to be getting lynch fever. Morgan hires guide Branch Taylor to hustle Bowdry to the nearby town of Borrego.

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13 April 1961 (USA)  »

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An episode that is enjoyable from start to finish
16 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cesar Romero stars as a card-shark named Tom Bowdry that is accused of robbing a stagecoach that was carrying a large sum of money. Also the driver of the coach was killed and Tom is in jail where the Sheriff is wanting him to stand trial in nearby called Borrego. But is seems that the local are wanting to lynch the card-shark before the Sheriff can move him.

On the street a stranger, Branch Taylor (Burt Reynolds) ,rides in where he advertises that he will transport people to anywhere and everywhere. He teams up with a large man named Moose and the Sheriff asks can they transport Bowdry to Borrego to stand trial. The Sheriff is trying to protect the prisoner since the town wants their own justice.

There is much going on in this well-written story. When you add the fine acting ability of Romero, Reynolds, Ruta Lee and of course Peter Whitney, the way the script was brought across is even more entertaining. Lots of action in this story that proved to be a tale that was enjoyable from beginning to end. Good watch.


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