Bill Erwin as
Widower Hardy Tate lost his wife over a year earlier and feels he's got a ""lot of livin' to do yet."" But his son, Cully, is having trouble getting over it and reluctantly reconciles to the fact that his dad is considering remarrying. When Hardy returns from doing business down in the Indian nations and comes back with Natacea, a young, and incredibly beautiful, Indian bride Cully has a difficult time accepting it. Many of Cully's acquaintances in town can't accept it either, resulting in a bully named Bill Craig beating him up. Matt tries to reason with Cully and deter him from wearing a gun and squaring things with Craig. Matt talks Hardy into marrying his new bride in a church in Dodge to allay some of the hostility, but Cully refuses to attend. Hardy tells Cully he can't tolerate his attitude any longer and invites him to get out on his own. Soon the underlying truth comes out; Cully wants Natacea to run off with him. Hardy catches Cully forcing himself on her, a struggle ensues betRead More
Ned Wright is on his death bed. His wife Clara goes to town to get Doc. Mrs. Crown tells Matt she doesn't want a murderer's wife in town. The Calvins watch the angry mob around Clara. Ned was tried for killing David Bently but was acquitted. Ned admits to killing Bently to Doc and Clara, then dies. Emily Calvin asks her husband Albert if Clara could stay with them. Quint tells Chester he doesn't think Ned did it. Fletcher, a gunman, comes into the Long Branch. Calvin was Bently's best friend. Chester asks him if Bently had any enemies. Calvin hires Fletcher to kill Chester. Fletcher agrees on $500 then takes notice of the house and upd it to $1000. Emily asks why did you give that man so much money. Calvin accuses Emily of fooling around with Bently. Calvin says he killed Bently. Fletcher tells Chester he's been hired to kill him. Fletcher says he's never killed anyone. Chester gives him $18, but he won't tell who hired him. Chester figures it's Calvin. Chester tellsRead More
Boone Shadler kills a guard and comes to a stricken town as a priest to keep from been caught by the law. Newly rides into town to try an help take care of sick people. Newly helps take care of Cyrus Himes who is dying. Newly thinks people may have gotten sick because of drinking bad water.
Newly test the water to find out what is in it, Matt gets a wire (letter) saying a sheriff released a prisoner 5 days ago. Matt wonders why Newly didn't return to Dodge with the prisoner. Newly wonders if the priest is who he says after seeing Sadler look for a Bible.
Sadler tells Dallas Fair he is a convict and that Dallas should go with him.Read More
Matt is frustrated by Judge Kendall's insistence that the letter of the law be maintained, which could result in Emmett Kaysinger and his boys, all known outlaws, be set free unless there is solid evidence to hold them for a double murder and robbery they committed.Read More