Season 1 Episode 9

Rendezvous at Red Rock

Aired Tuesday 7:30 PM Feb 21, 1956 on ABC
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Rendezvous at Red Rock
Pat Keogh is a bank robber and killer who, when the episode begins, has just killed a man and Cheyenne has been accused by a group of vigilantes. Keogh rescues Cheyenne, admitting to him that he was the guilty party, and he cuts Cheyenne in on the bank robbery he's about to make in Red Rock with the help of two accomplices. Cheyenne meets a marshal friend who is trailing Keogh and enlists Cheyenne's help in stopping Keogh. Cheyenne foils the plot, but not after a lot of gunplay.moreless

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  • An excellent episode with Gerald Mohr's Pat Keogh outstanding. Pure TV Western gold!

    This is a well-written, well-performed episode of Cheyenne. Guest star Gerald Mohr is perfectly cast as the bank robber and killer Pat Keogh, who is the intelligent mastermind behind an unusual way to rob a bank. Clint Walker's Cheyenne is a bit wooden in performance, but this is early in the first series. Supporting cast all play their parts well, but Mohr's relaxed performance is outstanding here. He's a quick-on-the-draw, straight shooting, singing and piano playing bank robber and womaniser who has no qualms or conscience about shooting to kill. However, when he squares up to Cheyenne, there can only be one outcome. Pure TV Western gold!moreless
Russ McCubbin

Russ McCubbin

(Stunt Man For Clint Walker As Cheyenne Bodie)

L.Q. Jones

L.Q. Jones

Smitty [ season 1 only ]

Clint Walker

Clint Walker

Cheyenne Bodie

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • "Rendezvous at Red Rock" is the only episode in which you will hear Gerald Mohr sing and play the piano. Songs he sings are "My Darling Clementine", "Oh, I Killed a Man" and "Aura Lee", the original version of "Love Me Tender". Mr Mohr was an accomplished pianist.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Pat Keogh, on checking the fate of his partner in crime, who has just been shot, tells Cheyenne "Turner just bought himself some ground!"

    • The bank manager's daughter has just been rescued by Cheyenne from a fate worse than death at the hands of Pat Keogh. Cheyenne is alone in the room with the still hysterical woman when Keogh interrupts, saying that the bank manager has returned. Cheyenne leaves the girl and Keogh, closing the door on her, says "Don't feel too bad, honey - we might pass this way again!"

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