Gunsmoke

Season 11 Episode 23

Sanctuary

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Aired Unknown Feb 26, 1966 on CBS
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Paul Wiley and his gang get into a shootout with Matt and some of the townsfolk after robbing the bank in Dodge. During the shootout Mrs. Ayers and her young boy are shot down in the street. Wounded in the leg, Wiley ducks into the church. He finds Rev. Porter, his fiancée Phyllis, and Mrs. Howell there and sends Phyllis for a doctor. Matt sends posses out in a couple directions because the gang scattered. Festus figures out that Wiley may have doubled back towards Dodge. He sends his posse on while he and Thad head back for town. Doc tells Wiley he needs special instruments from his office to extract the bullet. Reluctantly, Wiley let's him go. Doc's forced into telling Festus about Wiley and is overheard by local citizen Baker, who then tells Mr. Ayers that the man responsible for wounding his wife and son is in the church. Ayers, Baker and a moderate crowd decide to go get Wiley. Festus and Doc try to stop them, but it's a bullet fired from Wiley's pistol into Baker's leg that dissuades them. When Matt gets back to Dodge, after apprehending most of the gang, he agrees to Wiley's demands of delivering two horses in front of the church at sun-up. Wiley says he'll let his hostage go once he's twenty miles out of Dodge.moreless

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    Richard Bradford

    Richard Bradford

    Paul Wiley

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    Sean Garrison

    Sean Garrison

    Reverend John Porter

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    Joan Blackman

    Joan Blackman

    Phyllis Bowmen

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    Ken Curtis

    Ken Curtis

    Festus

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    Roger Ewing

    Roger Ewing

    Thad

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    Glenn Strange

    Glenn Strange

    Sam

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