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That's Noway, Thataway 

Two young stranded British actors are rescued from the law for being unable to pay their bills by Chad. When one decides to play the part of a minister as a con, he is forced to marry a couple putting them in a perilous situation.


Howard Morris


Vin Bogert (as Vincent Bogert), Gene L. Coon

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neville Brand ... Reese Bennett (credit only)
Peter Brown ... Chad Cooper
William Smith ... Joe Riley
Philip Carey ... Capt. Edward Parmalee (credit only)
Chad Stuart ... Dudley Leicester
Jeremy Clyde Jeremy Clyde ... Newton Weekes
Peter Graves ... Ben Conrad
Marlyn Mason ... Belleflower Ferne
Arch Johnson ... The Sheriff
Tom Reese ... Jake McBryde
Jamie Farr ... The 1st Indian
Smoki Whitfield Smoki Whitfield ... The Bartender (as Jordan Whitfield)
Howard Wendell Howard Wendell ... The Hotel Manager
Claire Carleton ... The Woman
Stuart Nisbet Stuart Nisbet ... The Man


A pair of young English actors are arrested when their troupe manager bolts town with the gate receipts without paying the company's bills. Chad, in town pursuing an outlaw, convinces the sheriff to leave the young men in his care and turns them loose outside of town to return an earlier favor. The thespians decide to try to con a small community by pretending to be a preacher and a recent convert, but their act works better than they wished and soon the fake-minister is conducting an illegal wedding between a gunslinger and his fiancée. Written by David Bassler

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20 January 1966 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Newton Weekes: [Dudley is pretending to be an itinerant preacher] Friends, this is Reverend Jones. Madam, if you think he looks young, he thinks old.
Dudley Leicester: And this, brethren and sisteren, is one of my converts. When I found this unfortunate soul, he was nothing but a bum - a poor, penniless, drunken, no-good bum. Yes, it took a lot of time, but I finally showed him the error of his ways.
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In These Hard Times
Performed by Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde
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Chad & Jeremy - Busted in Whiskey Flats!
27 December 2008 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

In Three Forks, Texas, English actors Chad (as Dudley Leicester) and Jeremy (as Newton Weekes) are being arrested for nonpayment of debts; but, Chad (Peter Brown) and Joe (William Smith) intervene on their behalf. As it turns out, Jeremy is one of Chad (Brown)'s old friends. Chad and Joe go off to track down an outlaw, and let Chad and Jeremy go free.

Chad and Jeremy sing "In These Hard Times"; then, they go to nearby Whiskey Flats. There, Chad (Dudley) poses as "Reverend Jones". But, the British singing duo gets into trouble when required to perform the wedding ceremony of Peter Graves (as Ben Conrad) and Marlyn Mason (as Belleflower Ferne), because Chad (Dudley) isn't a real minister. Elsewhere, Chad and Joe learn their outlaw prey is Mr. Graves, who is threatening Chad and Jeremy in Whisky Flats...

Apparently, another "try-out" episode, this time for popular "British Invasion" singing duo Chad and Jeremy, who had recently entertained on "The Patty Duke Show". Brown and Smith are relegated to supporting roles. Regulars Neville Brand and Philip Carey make no appearance at all.

*** That's Noway, Thataway (1/20/66) Howard Morris ~ Chad Stuart, Jeremy Clyde, Peter Brown

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