Laredo (1965–1967)
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The Seventh Day 

When a convict turned minister is run out of town by Clay Morgan and his gang, he turns to Parmalee for help. Parmalee decides to send Chad and Erik to the town posing as ministers to uncover the truth and take down the gang.

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Reese Bennett (credit only)
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Chad Cooper
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Joe Riley
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Erik Hunter
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Capt. Edward Parmalee
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Clay Morgan
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Reverend Egan Thomas
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Lacy Walsh
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Luke Bergstrom
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Sam
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Amy Bergstrom
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Rev. Egan Thomas is run out of Black River when Clay Morgan exposes his background as a felon to the townspeople. Morgan has one of his men try to kill Thomas outside of town but Joe kills the henchman telling Thomas to see Parmalee in Laredo. Parmalee knows Thomas and his background. After some thought Parmalee sends Erik and Chad to Black River posing as ministers asked there by Thomas. They raise funds for a church while also spying on the Morgan gang learning where they are hiding stolen silver. The people send Chad in the accompany of Joe to buy building materials for a new church. Morgan sends his gang to kill them and exposes Erik as a Ranger telling the people Chad and Joe are Rangers stealing their money. It looks like Erik may be left to his own wits. Written by Anonymous

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6 January 1967 (USA)  »

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The better for smuggling
16 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

This particular Laredo episode gives us the opportunity to see Robert Wolders dressing as conservatively as he ever did in the series. For that you should view this.

Border town boss Alfred Ryder wants a wide open and lawless town, the better for his smuggling enterprises. So when former outlaw Wesley Lau comes to town to build a church, he exposes him and runs him out of town.

But Lau has a friend in Philip Carey and Captain Parmalee sends Wolders and Peter Brown into town disguised as both evangelical and deacon to assist Lau while he's out of town.

Of course the Rangers do the job. Still Wolders even in parson's clothes still manages a bit of romance. He even makes that garb look sexy.


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