Robert Young plays the role of Tate Ibsen, one of six passengers riding a stagecoach through Arizona in the year 1860. One passenger has been convicted of murder and is handcuffed to a ... See full summary »

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Tate Ibsen
Harry Hickox ...
Boggs
Sarah Selby ...
Miss Quimby
Robert Griffin ...
Watts
Rayford Barnes ...
Deuce
Ricardo Vera ...
Porfio (as Ricky Vera)
Lester Matthews ...
Major Alden
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Robert Young plays the role of Tate Ibsen, one of six passengers riding a stagecoach through Arizona in the year 1860. One passenger has been convicted of murder and is handcuffed to a deputy. Tate Ibsen's plan to spring him loose before they reach the Yuma Penitentiary runs into complications when the stage is attacked by Indians. Written by jimmie d

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Comedy | Family

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7 December 1955 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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An unusual episode in which Robert Young is the only regular cast member to appear. The story does not involve the Anderson family. Instead, Robert Young plays the role of Tate Ibsen, a passenger riding a stagecoach through Arizona in the year 1860. See more »

Goofs

The story is about a trip to Yuma, Arizona during 1860. However, it wasn't until 1861 that the Confederate Territory of Arizona came into existence. It wasn't until 1863 that the boundaries were formed which would later form the basis of the state, which was admitted to the Union in 1912 as the 48th State. Furthermore, Yuma wasn't named until 1873. Prior to that time, Yuma was known as Arizona City. See more »

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[opening introduction]
Robert Young: For tonight only, while the family's on vacation, we have the opportunity to present a special program. It's a dramatic story set in Arizona in the year 1860. In a few seconds, when again we meet, I'll be one of five passengers riding the stage to Yuma, which happens to be the title of our story.
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