Trackdown (1957–1959)
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Hoby is called to help a young boy after his mother is viciously killed by a man intent on kidnapping him.

Director:

Thomas Carr

Writer:

John Robinson
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Culp ... Hoby Gilman
King Donovan ... Dean Burke
James Griffith ... Aaron Adams
Gail Kobe ... Penny Adams
Johnny Crawford ... Eric Paine (as Johnnie Crawford)
Norman Leavitt ... Ralph
Lawrence Dobkin ... Joel Paine
Adrienne Marden Adrienne Marden ... Gina Paine
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Hoby is called to help a young boy after his mother is viciously killed by a man intent on kidnapping him.

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Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

28 March 1958 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Hoby Gilman: [to Dean Burke] If you're gonna worry about your teeth another minute, I'm gonna hand 'em to ya.
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Johnny Crawford
22 August 2011 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

Johnny Crawford plays young Eric Paine in this episode. Of course, he's best remembered for his role of Mark McCain on The Rifleman. He is a very good actor and almost broke my heart when he said, "I know my mother's dead."

This is a very good episode. It's pretty predictable and shows the human side of Hoby. Hoby may not have looked like a very big, strong man but he sure did know how to get his point across!!!

In my opinion, this is a very good series and one that ended way too soon...

This is the third episode in a row that takes place in the town of Porter, Texas.


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