Season 6 Episode 4

Three Guns for New York

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 23, 1975 on NBC
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Three Guns for New York
Paroled bank robbers from New Mexico think McCloud took off with their $400,000 twelve years before. They kidnap Chris Coughlin, shoot two FBI agents with McCloud's .45 Colt Frontier Six Shooter, and force him back to Taos after the money.

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    Tracy Reed

    Tracy Reed

    Carol Broadhurst

    Ken Lynch

    Ken Lynch

    Detective Grover

    Dennis Weaver

    Dennis Weaver

    Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, Taos, New Mexico

    Terry Carter

    Terry Carter

    Sergeant Joe Broadhurst

    Sidney Clute

    Sidney Clute

    Detective Simms

    Diana Muldaur

    Diana Muldaur

    Chris Coughlin

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    • QUOTES (14)

      • Chief Clifford: If only once, McCloud, you'd have come to me instead of running off half-cocked! If only once you'd have gone by the book and told me the facts, none of this would have had to happen!
        McCloud: Would ya have believed me if I'd 'a told ya?
        Chief Clifford: Believe you? How could I?
        McCloud: Well, there ya go.

      • (Main Street, ghost town, New Mexico.)
        McCloud: Chris, I told ya to skedaddle!
        Chris Coughlin: If I had, you wouldn't know where the money is.
        McCloud: I've got a confession to make. I don't know where the money is.
        Chris Coughlin: I do.
        McCloud: You do?
        (They kiss.)

      • (Broadhurst is reluctuantly covering for McCloud.)
        Det. Simms: Look Joe, he's your friend. If you should run into him, tell him the Federal boys are after him.
        Det. Polk: They may not be as polite as our guys. Tell him it'd be a good idea if he turned himself in to the Chief.
        Det. Simms: A hell of a good idea.
        Sgt. Broadhurst: Yeah.

      • Chris Coughlin: (Affecting a Western drawl.) Sam, I'm gonna feed ya, then I'm gonna head ya back to my corral and straighten ya out, 'cause there's no doubt about it, ya've been in the saddle too long.
        McCloud: There ya go.

      • Wilson: Well, he wouldn't be the first good cop who walked off with the cookie jar.

      • Chris Coughlin: Sam, you never walk out on a waiter in New York!
        McCloud: Aw... just order for me, would ya please? (Exits.)
        Chris Coughlin: (To the waiter.) Ahhhhh, he'll have an order of Mexican jumping beans, and a glass of prune juice. Please.

      • Edmonds: As far as my department is concerned, McCloud pumped six shells into two of my men, and it's no holds barred.
        Chief Clifford: The New York City Police Department does not condone lynch mobs, City or Federal.

      • Chief Clifford: (On intercom.) I want an APB. Samuel McCloud.
        Assistant: McCloud?
        Chief Clifford: You heard me. You have his description.

      • Chief Clifford: If you do anything that rubs off on anybody in this department...

      • McCloud: Good question.
        Chief Clifford: Well, thank you, McCloud. I pride myself on asking good questions. I hope that buried somewhere in that head of yours is a good answer.

      • McCloud: They can tip us, and then tip them that they tipped us.

      • McCloud: Well, I guess I'll just have to oblige the lady.
        Chris Coughlin: There ya go.

      • Chris Coughlin: What can we do at lunch besides eat?

      • McCloud: We're just as good friends as fleas on a two-dollar dog.

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