After the Civil War, ex-Confederate soldiers heading for a new life in Mexico run into ex-Union cavalrymen selling horses to the Mexican government but they must join forces to fight off Mexican bandits and revolutionaries.
Linc McCray was an honest man who, with his uncle Latzi, owned a Chicago speakeasy in the 1920s. Unfortunately for Linc, his mobster cousin Big Nick Marr would do anything to take over Linc's place, and often resorted to unscrupulous means to do so.Written by
Marty McKee <email@example.com>
I was a kid when I saw this series. It was fun for someone my age then, with the period costumes (the setting was during prohibition) and the bumbling gangsters. Unfortunately, it's barely funny. The gags if meant for kids would have worked, but I doubt if the producers planned it that way. John Banner still acts like he's still in Hogan's Heroes and Dean Jones is just dapper. Nothing else surprises.
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