Laredo (1965–1967)
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The Other Cheek 

Reese, Chad, and Joe are sent to Grover's Bend to protect a group that believes in non-violence and are sheep herders in cattle country. Reese with a bad back falls under the influence of the beautiful pacifist Della Snilly.

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... Reese Bennett
... Chad Cooper
... Joe Riley
... Erik Hunter (credit only)
... Capt. Edward Parmalee
... Della Snilly
... Ernest Snilly
... Ed Garmes
... Aces Brady
Clay Tanner ... Abe
... Burt
... Harry
Rudy Vejar ... Jack
Leonard P. Geer ... Ben (as Lennie Geer)
David Leland ... Clyde
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Parmalee sends Joe, Chad, and the ailing Reese to Grover's Bend to protect a pacifist group that happens to be sheep herders in cattle country. One of the cattlemen, Ed Garmes hires Aces Brady's gang to force the group out but has second thoughts because of his interest in Della Snilly. She is very attractive and takes Reese who has a bad back under her wing trying to convince him non-violence is the solution especially since he can't fight. When the threats to leave don't work, the thugs decide to become more violent. Joe and Chad start arresting the thugs one by one forcing the gang to try to take them out trapping them in the Sheriff's office. When Garmes tries to make a move on Della, she knocks him out and Reese's back clears up letting him return to his old self to help Joe and Chad. Written by Anonymous

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10 February 1967 (USA)  »

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Pacifism and sweet reason
19 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

The sight of Neville Brand in Quaker garb ought to be worth tuning in to see this Laredo story. Not only is he looking like a Quaker, he's even thinking like one under the tutelage of Barbara Anderson. She's the daughter of Malcom Atterbury, head of a small colony of Quaker farmers who cattleman Edward Faulkner of the informal John Wayne stock company wants run off. But no violence especially because he kind of like Anderson.

But sad to say Faulkner hired gunman Ric Royal and the crew he's brought with them enjoy their work. Especially against a crowd that won't fight back. It's why the Texas Rangers are there.

Big screen film fans will note some elements in the story from both Friendly Persuasion and The Angel And The Badman. That's also reason to see this one.


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