Trail boss Rance Hollister has scrimped and saved for ten years to buy a spread of land. When he learns the bank is closed and his hard-earned $4,000 gone, Rance snaps and joins with his three trusty...
The earlier reviews jarred my memory because I had not noticed the emphasis on the outlaws' point of view. Of course, it was mentioned that the theme shifted to mainstream good guys vs bad. But, come to think of it, the shows I do remember spent an awful lot of time on the "bad guys." Thanks to the reviews, I understand why now.
But irony is what I remember most. In one episode, an embezzling bank teller is blackmailed into helping rob the bank. He feels trapped because he invested in silver only to have it decline in value. As the show wraps up--he and the professional crook caught--a prospector waving a paper gleefully shouts "Silver's up!" The best shows were like that.
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