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Bat Masterson: A Lesson in Violence

Bat encounters a shotgun-toting female when he arrives at a farm in Texas in response to a telegram offering him an exorbitant price to drive cattle to Abilene.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x20
Airdate: Thursday February 23rd, 1961



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Guest Stars
Allen JaffeAllen Jaffe
As Cross
Recurring
Larry DarrLarry Darr
As Page Grant
Recurring
Richard EasthamRichard Eastham
As Orin Dills
Jerry CatronJerry Catron
As John Grant
Al HarveyAl Harvey
As Henchman
Virginia GreggVirginia Gregg
As Nora Grant
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bat: Oren Dilts and I have never met, but he hired me by wire to traildrive his cattle to the rail-head in Abilene. At the price he's paying me, I'd gladly drive them all the way to China--and that's a long ways to swim.

Orin Dills: Just how rough was that trip, Masterson? I'd like to know; you're here in Beaumont on my account. If you have any trouble...
Bat: No, I'm here on my account... and, uh, your bank account.



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorGerald Roberts
Make-upFred B. Phillips
Set DecoratorClarence Steensen
Director of PhotographyMonroe P. Askins
Art DirectorRobert Kinoshita
Production ManagerBill Schwartz
Sound EditorJames Fritch
Sound MixerRobert Post
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeBart Corwin  |  Havens Wray
Film EditorBuddy Small
WardrobePat Kelly
Assistant DirectorBert Glazer
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
 
Warning: Bat Masterson season 3 episode 20 guide may contain spoilers
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