Quite a bit of footage from the third season episode "The Night of the Jack O'Diamonds" is reused in this episode - including an Act 2 sequence where West takes out a Mexican sentry on a high escarpment, spies on the camp with a novel looking spyglass and descends from the cliff on the end of a wire. See more »
When the Caucasian messenger with the ransom note for Averi attacks West, he ends up falling into the ravine. The thing that falls into the ravine is an obvious dummy - dressed as a Native American man with long hair. See more »
The Yellow Rose of Texas
Performed by White Haired Henchman See more »
The first thing I want to tell is that you don't find in this episode Jim West with his usual clothes. He wears a normal cow boy pant and shirt. Maybe for the next and last episode of the show, it will be the same; we'll see. Second, this episode is far from being the best of the series. Every body feels the end of the show. Good scene of a man falling from a cliff, with the camera showing him falling back on rocks. Plus, this is a common western scheme here. No fantasy nor any kind os sci-fi, which was the trade mark of the show. Good stunts from Bob Conrad, as usual. Worst climax of the whole show, at least ONE of the worst.
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