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Season 3 Episode 4

Incident of the Night Visitor

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 04, 1960 on CBS
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Incident of the Night Visitor
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Jeff Barkley catches a stranger in the camp, a boy of about twelve. He wings Jeff. They track the boy's footprints. Seven or eight men tried to steal the remuda. Favor finds the boy. He was traveling with some horsetraders led by Nick Mesa. Favor takes the boy back to Mesa. He doesn't want the boy back. Joey Gardner is looking for his Pa.

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  • Horse thieves, Paternity at stake and a great story

    9.5
    This episode has it all. It starts with a strange child seeking his "father" who can be only identified by his initials and a scar under his left ear. Does Mr Favor have a scar under his ear any one? We have a band of horse "traders" lurking around and Indians! Overall a good story with good acting. The normal twists and turns that are expected only add to a good story being told to us and with the added bonus's of a strange child seeking his father, Indians and horse thieves around the corner this story keeps you engaged.moreless
Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

Rowdy Yates

Paul Brinegar

Paul Brinegar

G. W. Wishbone, Cook (George Washington)

Sheb Wooley

Sheb Wooley

Pete Nolan, Scout

Steve Raines

Steve Raines

Jim Quince

Eric Fleming

Eric Fleming

Gil Favor, Trail Boss

Robert Cabal

Robert Cabal

Hey Soos Patines

Harold J. Stone

Harold J. Stone

Nick Mesa

Guest Star

Dane Clark

Dane Clark

Jeff Barkley

Guest Star

Tom Nolan

Tom Nolan

Joey Gardner

Guest Star

John Erwin

John Erwin

Teddy

Recurring Role

John Cole

John Cole

Bailey

Recurring Role

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    • Gil Favor: Whenever you hear a fella tellin' you about how he rode with a trail herd of five, ten thousand steers, you can call him a liar. The most any crew can handle and keep safe is about three thousand - the size of this herd. With the hazards of weather, terrain, stampedes, and Indian raids, that's plenty. Then there's the remuda, the extra horses. That's maybe the most valuable part of the herd, and the most vulnerable. Put that many animals together, they spell trouble. And it's my trouble. Gil Favor's the name, trail boss.

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