Marshal Dillon meets an Hispanic badman who forces Dillon into a gunfight. Almost immediately, Matt encounters an old friend, retired lawman Jack Pinto, who accompanies the Marshal to Dodge. Upon his return to town, Matt is told by Festus that four hired guns are waiting to kill the marshal. One by one, the gunmen die while trying to collect a $25,000 bounty on Dillon--yet incidents prove that the bounty is still in force. Who has offered the bounty, and who still plans to collect?
Did You Know?
The title comes from the mystery novel 'And Then There Were None' by Agatha Christie which was also published under the title "The Ten Little Indians" in 1939. See more
[after Ben Pringle gets shot in the leg
"Get him up to Doc's, Festus. I can't stand the sight of him."