Season: 4 episode 20
Series Episode: 112
Air Date: February 19, 1963
Laramie TV series
A Revue Studios production
Why do they always end up between a rock and a hard place? Slim and Jess stand between two brothers and mustangers suspected of being Comancheros.
Cast & Crew Lists
|"Slim" Sherman||Owner - Sherman ranch and relay station||John Smith||31||Credited|
|Jess Harper||Part owner - Sherman ranch and relay station||Robert Fuller||29||Credited|
|Daisy Cooper||Sherman housekeeper||Spring Byington||75||Credited|
|Mike Williams||Orphan||Dennis Holmes||12||Credited|
|Joe Beldon||Rancher||Jim Davis||53||Credited|
|Luke Beldon||Joe Beldon's brother/Rancher||Robert Bray||45||Credited|
|Cass Dillard||Rancher||Carl Reindel||Credited|
|Sam Dillard||Mustanger||Arthur Hunnicutt||53||Credited|
|Sarah Dillard||Sam Dillard's wife||Katharine Warren||57||Credited|
|Prentice||Beldon's wrangler||Richard Shannon||42||Credited|
|Ellen||Madge's sister||Bennye Gatteys||22||Credited|
|Assistant to Producer||Rod Peterson|
|Laramie Theme||Cyril Mockridge|
|Director of Photography||Ray Rennahan, A. S. C.|
|Associate Producer||Daniel Ullman|
|Art Director||Russell Kimball|
|Editorial Dept. Head/Supervisor||David J. O'Connell|
|Editorial Color Consultant||Alex Quiroga|
|Color Processing by||Consolidated Film Industries|
|Film Editor||John C. Fuller, A.C.E.|
|Musical Supervision||Stanley Wilson|
|Sound||Earl Crain, Jr.|
|Makeup Artist||Jack Barron|
|Hair Stylist||Florence Bush|
|Costume & Wardrobe||Vincent Dee|
|Series Stuntmen||Paul Baxley, Joe Canutt. Bill Catching, Chuck Courtney, John Daheim, Leonard P. Geer, Sol Gorss, Hemet, Charles Horvath, Robert F. Hoy, Loren Janes, Hal Needham, George Orrison, Allen Pinson, Chuck Roberson, Ronnie Rondell Jr., Dean Smith, Tom Steele, Boyd Stockman, Jerry Summers, Jesse Wayne, Jack Williams|
|Assistant Director||Jack Doran|
|Set Decoration||John McCarthy & Ralph Sylos|
Epilogue – based on the script by Buckley Angell
(JESS is putting logs on the fire in the fireplace in the front room of the Sherman ranch house.)
MIKE: Jess, you told me ten times what Commancheros are, but I just can’t seem to get it right.
JESS: (Stands and strokes Mike’s hair) Well, I wouldn’t worry about it, Tiger, ’cause there aren’t any of ’em around here.
MIKE: Well if there were any, how would I recognize ’em?
JESS: Well, let’s see. The men, uh, they wear a funny kinda clothes that they steal any place they can get. The women, they wear moccasins on their feet, just like Indians do.
DAISY: Come on, you two. Supper’s ready.
MIKE: Suppose Aunt Daisy’s a Commanchero? She wears moccasins.
DAISY: Oh! Why shouldn’t I? (Pulls up skirt to look at moccasins) They’re the most comfortable house shoes I’ve ever had on my feet. What’s wrong with that?
JESS: Nothin’ Daisy. Nothin’ at all.
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