Laredo (1965–1967)

The Pride of the Rangers (16 Dec. 1965)

TV Episode   |  TV-PG   |    |  Western

The Army challenges the rangers to fight on July 4 but the Pryor gang stealing silver from a local mine is messing with their plans. The rangers scheme to get their man in the ring while the boss of the ring has a surprise for the rangers.


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3 December 2016 | bkoganbing
| Temporary assignment
This Laredo episode has George Kennedy on assignment to the Laredo command of the Texas Rangers. Neville Brand is on assignment in Houston. But you'd never know it because Kennedy is in Brand's part almost a clone.

As rambunctious as Brand is the Rangers get tricked into a 4th of July fight with the local cavalry champion Mike Mazurki. Now Kennedy can brawl with the best of them, but this fight is under Marquis of Queensbury rules. Kennedy is not a good learner, but William Smith is.

Also in the mix is a 4th of July robbery by yet another gang of outlaws and there's a nice performance by Henry Gibson as an officious little clerk that Captain Parmalee has hired. He conceives as part of his duties to watch the Rangers and they take delight in making a fool of him. Think of Strother Martin as the Indian agent in McLintock and you have an idea of what Gibson is like.

For Philip Carey it was like Neville Brand never went away.

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