Some drama happens during an ordinary day at Mona Freeman's stagecoach station where the passengers and horses are given food and drink and the team of horses changed. Four male passengers are on the coach, Eddie Albert, John Ericson, Ian McDonald, and DeForest Kelley and the marshal is waiting there because one of them is reputed to be a notorious outlaw. Every one of these players has done some villainous roles so who knows.
Halfway through it's a guessing game and the other half of this half hour drama has the outlaw revealed and holding the rest hostage until his henchmen arrive.
I can't reveal who the outlaw is but I will say that you will see a complete change of personality revealing just how capable a player he is. He's someone I always thought never got his full share of credit during his career.
A topnotch drama that wastes not a minute of film from the Zane Grey Theater.
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