When Bronco comes back to his home town after having fought for the South in the Civil War, he finds that not only do many people in town consider him a traitor, but they also think he's a murderer who killed the brother of his fiancé.

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Bronco Layne
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Enrique 'Ricky' Cortez
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Redemption McNally
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Tom McNally
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When a man stops at Enrique 'Ricky' Cortez's store to buy a gun, his musical watch causes Ricky to relate the history of a pistol the man wanted to buy and to attempt to purchase the watch which the man bought from an Indian. After the Civil War was over, a man called Bronco was the last man to return to the town from the war. He had been wounded and in a prisoner of war camp. His return surprises Redemption McNally who is his fiancé and her father Tom. Tom's son Freedom was in the war with Bronco and killed at the prison camp. When Jacob Stint sees Bronco, he tells everyone that Bronco was responsible for Freedom's death and was a traitor to the South. Upon hearing this news everyone in Bronco's hometown turns against him and want him to leave including Redemption. The only person who sticks with Bronco but with doubts is Ricky. The truth is that Bronco is not a traitor but he refuses to sully the name of the one who was the true traitor. Written by Anonymous

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18 November 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Its story-line indicates this may have been intended as the show's opening episode. See more »

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Jacob Stint: [to Bronco] Oh, c'mon now, boy. Don't go sleep on me now. You don't want to miss your own killin', do ya?
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