Laramie (1959–1963)
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Day of the Savage 

Slim and Jess decide to go with Glen Colton to track a stage carrying his fiancé after the Sioux attack the relay station and go on the warpath. In their encounters Colton is never killed but almost captured raising questions with them.

Director:

Joseph Kane

Writers:

John C. Champion (story), Rod Peterson (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Smith ... Slim Sherman
Robert Fuller ... Jess Harper
Spring Byington ... Daisy Cooper
Dennis Holmes ... Mike Williams
John Lupton ... Glen Colton
Lane Bradford ... Capt. Walt Clayborne
Gary Vinson ... Lt. Taylor
Patricia Olson Patricia Olson ... Patricia Marr (as Pat Olson)
X Brands ... Skenya
Tom Greenway Tom Greenway ... Darby
Nick Nicholson Nick Nicholson ... Sergeant
Jay Silverheels ... Toma
Boyd Stockman ... Driver
Michael Pate ... Toriano
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The stage carrying a single passenger, Patricia Marr, stops when the driver and shotgun spot a man laying in the ditch with an arrow in him. As the shotgun checks the man, Sioux braves attack the stage forcing it to take off on a run. At the Sherman Ranch and Relay Station Glen Colton arrives to wait for his fiancé on the stage. As he waits he spots a Sioux brave so he fires while yelling for Daisy and Mike to get inside. One of braves is able to come up from behind and knock Colton out and tie him up. When they attack the relay station, Slim Sherman and Jess Harper arrive in the nick of time to save Colton, Daisy Cooper and Mike Williams. An Army troop arrives shot up by the Sioux. Slim and Jess end up agreeing to help Colton search for the missing stage but events along the way raise warning flags with both men. Colton is more than what he seems and is the key to the death of an important Sioux chief and stolen treaty money. The search for answers could help Slim and Jess avert a ... Written by DarSpi

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 March 1962 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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At around the 24-25 minute mark, a strange blue light seems to be hanging on Slims' Gunbelt on his left, off camera side. See more »

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Sioux on the warpath
23 March 2017 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Quite unexpectedly the Sioux are on the warpath as they attack the Sherman station with all the occupants barely surviving. But the fiancé of John Lupton might not be so lucky. She's on board a stagecoach that left Sherman station and he's wanting Slim and Jess to help find her.

Lupton proves to be a most disagreeable trail companion especially for Robert Fuller. But both Fuller and John Smith figure out that Lupton isn't being level with them.

There's also a power struggle in the Sioux nation with Michael Pate, the son of the recently deceased chief who wants to first find and kill his father's murderer. It's amazing how Australian born Michael Pate has played so many American Indians, most notably Chief Vittorio in the John Wayne classic Hondo.

And Lupton is far from the peace loving Tom Jeffords in the Broken Arrow series for which he is most known.

Rather easy to figure out who the bad guy is here, still a western with a lot of excitement.


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