The Virginian (1962–1971)
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With Love, Bullets and Valentines 

Trampas wins a steamboat in a poker game on a steamboat but the money is confiscated for being stolen. When he tries to collect on the steamboat he won, he finds himself involved with a outlaw gang and a crooked boat owner.

Director:

Philip Leacock

Writer:

Glen A. Larson
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stewart Granger ... Col. Alan MacKenzie (credit only)
Doug McClure ... Trampas
Lee Majors ... Roy Tate (credit only)
James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)
Art Carney ... Skeet
Tom Ewell ... Hoy Valentine
Deborah Walley ... Corey Ann Skeet
Jack Albertson ... Billy 'Moose' Valentine
Ben Cooper ... Jason
George Chandler ... Hawkins
Gene Evans ... Harv Plimpton
Edward Faulkner ... Leroy Plimpton
Bill Baldwin ... 3rd Reporter
James Bacon James Bacon ... 2nd Reporter
Vince Williams Vince Williams ... 1st Reporter
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Storyline

Trampas is playing poker on a steamboat with Billy 'Moose' Valentine and others. Billy has a surefire winning hand and he is after an old steamboat owned by Skeet who is also in the game. When Skeet bets the boat to cover $300, Billy retrieves the money from his brother but it is stolen and traceable. When he spots the Plimpton detectives coming on board, he throws his hand. Trampas wins big including the riverboat from Skeet. He also wins a substantial amount of money, which the two railroad detectives confiscate as it was previously stolen. Upon landing ashore Skeet quickly leaves with his granddaughter Corey Ann and her beau, Jason, the temporary sheriff before Trampas can catch him. Broke without even $4 to pay for his horse's boarding, he decides to collect the $300 Skeet covered with the steamboat. He finds his new boat very dilapidated with Skeet and Corey Ann living on it. Skeet doesn't have the $300 so Trampas works to fix it with the help of Skeet and his granddaughter. But ... Written by rbecker28

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

TV-G
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 October 1970 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Universal Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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