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Bat Masterson: Meeting at Mimbres

Bat steps in when a family of horse thieves try to start a conflict between two Native American tribes.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x27
Airdate: Thursday April 13th, 1961

Director: Elliott Lewis
Writer: Ron Bishop

Guest Stars
Don Kelly (1)Don Kelly (1)
As Tom Smith (as Don O'Kelly)
Warren OatesWarren Oates
As Cat Crail
Brett King (2)Brett King (2)
As Free
John Burns (1)John Burns (1)
As Jess Crail
Frank HardingFrank Harding
As Sheriff Ralph Wilcox
Harry ShannonHarry Shannon
As Jobe Crail (as Harry Shanon)
William ChalleeWilliam Challee
As Doc Howard J. Edgerton (as Bill Challee)
Jack PetruzziJack Petruzzi
As Telegrapher
Wayne DavidsonWayne Davidson
As John Corley
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bat: Are you the doc?
Doc Howard J. Edgerton: Howard J. Edgerton, the sagebrush Hippocrates.

Bat: Well, what do you think?
Doc Howard J. Edgerton: Well, he seems high on lead and too many holes to hold whiskey.

Bat: You don't see eye--to-eye with Jobe Crail?
Doc Howard J. Edgerton: How do you get low enough to see eye-to-eye with a rattlesnake?

Doc Howard J. Edgerton: I guess it sometimes takes the patient to point out the doctor's backbone to him.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorThomas Downing
Make-upFred B. Phillips
Set DecoratorClarence Steensen
Director of PhotographyBrick Marquard
Production SupervisorJoe Wonder
Art DirectorBruce Bushman  |  Jack T. Collis
Sound EditorJack Milner
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeHavens Wray  |  Bart Corwin
Film EditorJoseph Silver
WardrobePat Kelly
Assistant DirectorEd Stein
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
Casting SupervisorHoward Montgomery
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