Laramie (1959–1963)
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Run of the Hunted 

Slim's neighbor Cory who is half Cheyenne is thinking about inviting some of his tribe to move to the ranch he inherited from his white father. However, his uncle and cousins have other ideas. Slim wants to help him but Cory is wary.




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Episode cast overview:
Slim Sherman
Jess Harper (credit only)
Cory Lake
Sheriff Mort Cory
Leonard P. Geer ...
Crowley (as Lenny Geer)
Tolan (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Wes Snyder - Auctioneer


After hearing shots Slim spots his neighbor Cory piling stones on a grave. As he approaches Cory takes a couple of shots in Slim's direction but intentionally misses him. After Slim calls out to Cory he is able to approach him learning that his cousin from his mother's side had been killed by someone. Cory Lake is the half breed heir to a large ranch that he wishes to give to his mother's Cheyenne people, much to the disgust of his uncle and cousins. His uncle has Cory committed to an asylum so that he can sell the ranch out from under Cory. When Slim Sherman finds out, he goes to see Cory but Doc Tolan claims that Cory is criminally insane. With Slim trying get Cory legally released, he escapes and makes matters worse by attacking Slim. Slim is left no choice but to join the posse chasing Cory and convince him to give up. It's desperate race to keep Jud from murdering Cory and it might cost Slim his life. Written by DarSpi

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4 April 1961 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The house used as an insane asylum in this episode is the same house used in the film Psycho. See more »

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Such a fine set of relatives
31 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Mixed race rancher Charles Bronson has it in mind to deed his land over to his mother's Cheyenne tribe. Neighbor Slim Sherman has no problems, but his uncle R.G. Armstrong and cousins Harry Lauter and Kevin Hagen have different plans for Bronson and the ranch.

The plan is to gain control of the place by having Bronson declared insane and for a right price former medicine show pitch man Harry Harvey who runs an insane asylum goes in on the deal. But Bronson escapes and John Smith goes in on the hunt to make sure he's not killed.

The real surprise for this episode is Harry Harvey who usually plays nice guys, most known for being the sheriff of Mineral City in Roy Rogers's television western program. He's really something as the sanctimonious bottom feeding doctor who can be purchased for the right price.

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