The Rebel (1959–1961)
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To See the Elephant 

Bull Hollingsworth asks Yuma to take his son Seldon to town to get some life experiences in being a man, and to collect a debt from a saloon boss who is not very willing to pay it. That part puts Yuma and Seldon in some danger.

Director:

Irvin Kershner

Writers:

Nick Adams (creator), Andrew J. Fenady (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Nick Adams ... Johnny Yuma
Ron Soble ... Josiah Boyd
Ken Mayer ... Bull Hollingsworth
Ellen Corby ... Carrie Blyden
Aladdin Aladdin ... Hotel Desk Clerk
Judith Rawlins ... Mavis
Bill Coontz ... Bully in Street (as Bill Foster)
Charles Heard Charles Heard
Ross Sturlin Ross Sturlin ... Bully in Street wearing checkered shirt
Paul Salata Paul Salata
Carl Saxe Carl Saxe ... Man at Hotel With Boyd
Mark Goddard ... Seldon Hollingsworth
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Bull Hollingsworth asks Yuma to take his son Seldon to town to get some life experiences in being a man, and to collect a debt from a saloon boss who is not very willing to pay it. That part puts Yuma and Seldon in some danger.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 1960 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Mark Goddard and Ron Soble
19 November 2013 | by chongajulySee all my reviews

No elephants were harmed in the making of this episode. Actually, "To See the Elephant" refers to the misadventures of a young lad (Mark Goddard) who has never left his father's ranch, having taken care of his ailing mother till the day she died. His father (Ken Mayer, first of three) hires Johnny Yuma to guide the boy into town to collect a debt from unscrupulous Josiah Boyd (Ron Soble), who has no intention of honoring his word, using booze and broads to make the boy earn his keep. Mark Goddard had just ended his one season co-starring in JOHNNY RINGO, while Ron Soble continued his busy string of villains (fittingly, he was well cast in STAR TREK's Western episode "Spectre of the Gun").


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