Point Blank

Season 1, Ep 2, Aired 9/29/57
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  • Episode Description
  • Riding into Bent Forks broke and hungry, Bret quickly winds up in jail. But his fortunes seem to take a turn for the better when a vision of loveliness named Molly begins to favor him. Bret, however, finds out that there's more to Molly than meets the eye and it's mostly bad news.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Richard Garland

    Sheriff Wes Corwin

  • Mike Connors

    Ralph Jordan

  • Benny Baker

    Mike Brill

  • Zon Murray


  • Mitchell Kowall

    Fred Callahan

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Bret meets Molly, a vision of loveliness with a terrible secret.

    By m00nshadow, Jan 28, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (14)

    • Brill: Afternoon. Looks like you've had quite a ride. Bret: In that sun, crossin' the street would be quite a ride. Brill: What'll you have? Bret: Nothing, thanks. I just came in to get outta the heat. Brill: Feel like eatin'? Bret: Not unless you carry a line of free food.

    • Bret: Oh, would you give this to … well, I didn't get his name .. Brill: To Moose? What for? Bret: Uh, he didn't know it at the time, but he made me a small loan. Brill: Well, there's ten dollars here, you only took him for five. Bret: I got a delicate conscience.

    • Sheriff: Well, I try to encourage confidence men to stay out of Bent Forks - the bail's a hundred dollars. Bret: That's a little more than I've got. Sheriff: Well, the Circuit Judge is comin' through here in about ten days, you got a pretty good story, he might let you off with a warning. You know, you must have a pretty low opinion of this town - the belt game went out with the Civil War.

    • (Molly brings Bret his supper) Bret: Well, I may decide to stay - most jails, the waiter has his thumb in the soup and needs a shave.

    • Bret: By the way, I don't cheat at cards. I don't have to. There's no one easier to beat than a cardsharp - if you know his twists - and in most games, there's usually one of 'em.

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    Notes (4)

    • This episode was originally written by creator Roy Huggins to be the pilot for the series but Warner Brothers decided to use War of the Silver Kings instead. The script from this episode was later re-worked and used in an episode of 77 Sunset Strip entitled Perfect Set-Up.

    • Mike Connors, who would later be famous for Mannix, guest stars. He would return in The Naked Gallows.

    • Peter Brown would later star in Lawman and Laredo. He would also appear in Maverick again in Stage West and Hadley's Hunters.

    • Director Budd Boetticher and Karen Steele were husband and wife at the time this episode was filmed.

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