Sam Gracie returns to Texas from his law practice in Kansas. He is determined to bring an end to a feud involving his family to an end without the use of guns.

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Sam Gracie
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Evan Gracie
Ainslie Pryor ...
Kimbal Hatton
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Jenny Gracie
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Sheriff Dan Walker
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Yancey Hatton (as Francis J. McDonald)
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Tom Gracie
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Ben Gracie
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Sam Gracie returns to Texas from his law practice in Kansas. He is determined to bring an end to a feud involving his family to an end without the use of guns.

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19 October 1956 (USA)  »

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An entertaining story.
18 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this entertaining episode, a small town in Texas has a feud between the Gracie family and the Hatton family. At the beginning of the show some of the Hatton family killed one of Gracie' sons which began the feud in the first place.

With all the bad blood going on in town, Jenny Gracie sends for her older brother, Sam, to come and put a stop to the killing. But his reunion at home is meet with icy cold hands. You see, the Gracie family was behind the Confederacy during the Civil War but Sam refused to fight for the south, Instead he headed north and joined the Union side of the conflict. His father has never forgiven him for turning his back on the south.

With things not going well at the Gracie house, Sam is going to spend the night at the town hotel and leave in the morning. But while in town he meets an old school friend that just happens to be Kimbal Hatton. Kimbal now sets in on Sam to come out to the street for a gunfight. Sam wants no part of the feud until his youngest brother rides into town and now the Hatton's are after him. Sam must do something.

This episode turned out to be a surprising entertaining show. The writing was tight and the acting top notch. Dick Powell does a nice job of playing the outcast son and his actions make the viewer feel like their right in the middle of the story. An enjoyable episode.


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