Trackdown (1957–1959)
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Hoby chases a bank robber into a town run by the robber's family. Captured and stripped of weapons and a horse, Hoby fears for his life in a town that fears the gang so much, they do nothing to help him escape.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Hoby Gilman
... Ben Fraser
... Cal Fraser
... Rose
... Dad McCready
Richard Reeves ... Saul McCready
... Deputy John Minor
... Frank
John Reach ... Al
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Hoby chases a bank robber into a town run by the robber's family. Captured and stripped of weapons and a horse, Hoby fears for his life in a town that fears the gang so much, they do nothing to help him escape.

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13 December 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Towards the end, as the bad guy is riding out of town and the other henchmen are shooting at him, a contrail is clearly visible in the sky behind him. See more »

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Rose: My life's finished without him! Why didn't you finish the job? Why didn't you shoot me too? What'll I do? Where do I go?
Hoby Gilman: Probably to jail. But I wouldn't worry about it, you'll probably get off easy. You might even get a reward for him.
Rose: Reward? That's right! I killed a wanted man. He's wanted in Oklahoma, New Mexico, as well as in Texas. There's a lot of rewards. And I'll get them, all of them.
Hoby Gilman: You might.
Rose: I will. And don't think you can cheat me out of them. I'm gonna get everything that's ...
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What a woman!
16 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

So the town seems to have been taken over by the Fraser brothers. As the nameless hotel clerk told Hoby, he thought he was tracking Ben, but Ben was tracking him...

Then we have this woman who "loves" Cal. We find out that her love is conditional, however. She's really upset about his death until Hoby gratefully points out to her that the Frasers' undoubtedly had rewards out on them. She beings thing this and decides she would get everything she deserved...

Hoby has a easy way about him. He's honest, blunt, and to the point. And I love his ending comments. "Anyway, let's hope so."


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