Bat Masterson (1958–1961)
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One Bullet from Broken Bow 

Pawnee renegade Stone Calf and his braves have taken two white girls captive in a raid. The Army is leaving to back up Custer so Bat is asked to rescue the sisters. He reluctantly agrees to do it when his female friends pressures him.

Director:

Allen H. Miner (as Allen Miner)

Writers:

Richard O'Connor (book), Andy White
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
H.M. Wynant ... Stone Calf
Joan O'Brien ... Dolores Clark
Donna Martell ... Barbara Rafferty
Charles Maxwell Charles Maxwell ... Gen. Phil Sheridan
Robert Shield Robert Shield ... Captain Dayton (as Bob Shield)
Susan Whitney ... Lori Rafferty
Walter Kray Walter Kray ... Indian
Jonathan Kidd Jonathan Kidd ... Bartender (as John Kidd)
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Storyline

In 1876 at Broken Bow, Kansas Bat is resting after a successfully completing a peace mission for the U.S. Army. Pawnee renegade Stone Calf and his braves raid a ranch killing everyone but two sisters who they take captive. Bat is interrupted with his lady friend Dolores Clark by an Army Captain. General Sheridan wishes to see him immediately in the saloon. Bat and Dolores listen as Sheridan tells Bat about the sisters being taken. Most of his forces are being deployed north the next morning to back up Custer. Also, Sheridan believes a single man will have better luck since Stone Calf is likely to torture the girls if the Army approaches. The pressure of Dolores worrying about the girls forces Bat's hand. He asks Sheridan for one favor the next morning. He asks the Army to leave the fort and head south for a few miles before turning north. The idea is to fake out his sentries who watch the Army. Bat rides into the renegade camp where he tells Stone Calf he has no choice as the Army is ... Written by Anonymous

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pawnee | pawnee indian | indian | buxom | See All (4) »

Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 1959 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Robert Conrad's television debut. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the episode when Stone Calf confronts Bat Masterson and draws his knife, in the close-up the knife has an "S" crossbar typical of a Bowie knife. Afterwards in a slightly longer shot, the knife he discards is narrower with no crossbar. It appears scenes on location (with the narrower knife) are inter-cut with scenes in the studio (with the Bowie knife). The scenes on location also have a breeze blowing Stone Calf's hair. There is no breeze in the studio scenes. See more »

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Narrator: Broken Bow, Kansas, 1876. Bat Masterson had already established his reputation as an Indian fighter and had just returned from a successful peace mission for the United States Army. He thought his days of Indian fighting were over. But the murderous renegade Stone Calf honored no peace. From the colorful life of Bat Masterson, who became a legend in his own time.
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Soundtracks

Bat Masterson
(uncredited)
(theme song)
Music by Havens Wray
Lyrics by Bart Corwin
Sung by Bill Lee
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