Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958–1961)

Six-Up to Bannach (10 Jan. 1959)

TV Episode   |  TV-PG   |    |  Western

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Josh needs to get his wounded prisoner to Bannach in three days to prevent an innocent man from hanging. His only option is a stagecoach carrying dynamite but Josh is willing to take the risk against the wishes of the driver.


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29 September 2006 | ccthemovieman-1
| Attitudes
A so-so episode with Josh needing to transport a prisoner to a town called Bannach within three days or an innocent man - a friend of his - will be unjustly hanged. Randall can't make it with the old buckboard transportation he has and the prisoner has a wounded leg, bad enough so he can't ride a horse.

Along comes a stagecoach and Randall bums a ride on that, although the driver is reluctant to help. One reason is that he's a crabby jerk and the other is that he's transporting a load of dynamite and can't rush things. He resents Randall from the start, overdoing the hostile attitude. In fact, his attitude really gets annoying after awhile. Nonetheless, the two do work together to try to beat the deadline. On the way, they encounter several major obstacles.

The end of the story has a big twist. In all, this is a "fair" episode that would have been a little more entertaining without the hostile attitude of the stagecoach driver.

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