John Welker's new bride is killed by bank robbers. John goes undercover to try and infiltrate the gang.



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Episode complete credited cast:
U.S. Marshal John Welker
Danny Crago
Ed Murphy (as Donald A. Diamond)
Pamela Lincoln ...
Russ Bender ...
Judge Langford Peel
Jack Lester ...
Sheriff Hunter
Ron Brogan ...
Bank Clerk
Barbara Gayle ...
Laura Welker
Himself - Host


John Welker's new bride is killed by bank robbers. John goes undercover to try and infiltrate the gang.

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Release Date:

4 June 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Well written western story.
29 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode starts off with a bank robbery and shots are being fired on the streets of a western town. When a young woman steps out to see the action she is shot and killed. The woman that is dead is the newlywed bride of John Welker. Someone tells Welker that one of the men in the robbery was Henry Seidel- Welker will hunt down Seidel for as long as it takes.

Words gets out that Welker is searching for Seidel to Judge Peel that is seeking a Marshal for the territory. Welker agrees to the job with the first warrant being for Seidel.

He is sent to a town where sightings of Seidel have been told but only to find that Seidel had been killed by some bounty hunters. But he gets into another situation when a young outlaw is arrested by the bounty hunters and being taken to jail. This situation may lead to a satisfying ending for Welker.

This was an entertaining story that kept the viewer on their toes the entire show. As stated, this may have been a nice series had it been picked-up by the networks but unfortunately we will never know. An interesting tale that well acted and well written.

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