Season: 4 episode 14
Series Episode: 106
Air Date: January 8, 1963
Laramie TV series starring John Smith, Robert Fuller, Spring Byington and Dennis Holmes
A Revue Studios production
The Morgan Brothers are gunning for Jess after he shoots their brother – in the back.
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|
|Mort Cory||Laramie sheriff||Stuart Randall||53||Credited|
|Deevy||Joe Morgan's friend||Kelly Thordson||57||Credited|
|Mac Morgan||Joe Morgan's brother/Outlaw||Lee Van Cleef||37||Credited|
|Gladys Moore||Joe Morgan' girlfriend/saloon girl||Fay Spain||30||Credited|
|Al Morgan||Joe Morgan's brother/Outlaw||Denver Pyle||42||Credited|
|Joe Morgan||Outlaw||John Milford||Credited|
|Tip||Joe Morgan's friend||James Anderson||41||Credited|
|Sam||Laramie bartender||Norman Leavitt||49||Uncredited|
|Joe Morgan's friend||Uncredited|
|Griff Doane||Murdered man||Mentioned|
|Mrs. Griff Doane||Griff Doane's wife||Mentioned|
|Joey Doane||Griff Doane's son||Mentioned|
|Teleplay||Ray Buffum & Rod Peterson|
|Assistant to Producer||Rod Peterson|
|Laramie Theme||Cyril Mockridge|
|Director of Photography||Ray Rennahan, A. S. C.|
|Associate Producer||Dan 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||Ray C. de Vally, A. C. E.|
|Musical Supervision||Stanley Wilson|
|Sound||Earl Crain, Sr.|
|Makeup Artist||Jack Barron|
|Hair Stylist||Florence Bush|
|Costume & Wardrobe||Vincent Dee|
|Series Stuntmen (uncredited)||Paul Baxley, Joe Canutt. Bill Catching, Chuck Courtney, John Daheim, Leonard P. Geer, Sol Gorss, Hemet, Charles Horvath, Robert F. Hoy, Loren Janes, Allen Pinson, Chuck Roberson, Ronnie Rondell Jr., Dean Smith, Tom Steele, Jerry Summers, Jack Williams
Note: Robert Fuller often performed his own stunts in the series.
|Assistant Director||Frank Losee|
|Set Decoration||John McCarthy & Ralph Sylos|
Epilogue – based on the teleplay “Vengeance” by Ray Buffum & Rod Peterson and story by Ray Buffum
(Stagecoach drives into the Sherman ranch yard. GLADYS MOORE, JESS HARPER, SLIM SHERMAN and DAISY COOPER are in the ranch house front room.)
DAISY COOPER: Well, we certainly wish you all the luck in the world when you get back home.
GLADYS MOORE: Thank you, Daisy. I never would have been able to do it if Jess here hadn’t insisted I take that reward money for the Morgan boys.
JESS HARPER: Well, if it hadn’a been for you they wouldn’t be in jail now. I’d likely be sitting on a cloud somewheres playing a harp.
SLIM SHERMAN: That’ll be the day.
DAISY COOPER: Gladys, I tell you if that hat your wearing is a sample of those you’re going to sell in your shop, it’ll be a tremendous success.
MIKE WILLIAMS: You mean she can get money for somethin’ like that?
DAISY COOPER: Mike! Take that bag out to the stage. You are much too young to have an opinion about women’s hats.
(MIKE WILLIAMS carries GLADYS MOORE’s suitcase out to the stagecoach.)
GLADYS MOORE: Oh, Jess, I don’t know…
JESS HARPER: Ack- Whoa now. (Shakes his finger at GLADYS MOORE) You thank me one more time, I’m goin’ to eat all the flowers off that thing you call a hat.
GLADYS MOORE: Well… (Kisses JESS HARPER lightly and pats him on the back before walking out the door to the stagecoach.)
SLIM SHERMAN: That was pretty close, pard. There for a minute I thought you were going to go into the ladies’ hat business.
JESS HARPER: Wait a minute, now. To know something about ladies’ hats, you have to understand women. That’s one thing I don’t think I ever will. (Pats SLIM SHERMAN on the left shoulder, causing SLIM SHERMAN to flinch.)
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