I found this episode to be highly entertaining and not for the fact that Charles Bronson was in the cast but because it was a interesting story with a spectacular ending.
The story sets up well as two men have been having a feud for some time. Ben Tiple (Bronson) and Will Gibbs are the two involved. Gibbs accused Tiple of rustling cattle a few years back and has a dislike for him ever since. When Gibbs ends up shot in the back people in Dodge believe that Tiple was the murderer.
In comes Joe Spangler a friend of Gibbs. Spangler is a rough person that tends to beat his son, Andy, whenever the mood arises. Once while beating the young boy in the street for losing a rifle, Matt has to intervene and knock some sense into Spangler. Anyway Spangler believes that Marshal Dillon has not arrested Tiple because they are friends and vows to take the law into his own hands. Then comes the ending......
A well written script that entertained throughout. A story that when the credit rolled the viewer felt pleased for watching. Somehow you felt it was going to be a better life for the character in the story. An entertaining episode.
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