Outlaws: Lost TV Western ClassicsWestern/TV Series
Box Office: $0.0M
PRINCIPAL CASTBarton MacLane, Don Collier, Jock Gaynor, Robert Culp, Steve Forrest, Warren Oates, Vic Morrow, Dean Jones, Ray Walston
DIRECTORJoseph Leytes, Walter Doniger
Outlaws debuted on NBC September 29, 1960. This unique hour-long TV Western told stories from the point of view of the outlaws themselves. The only recurring characters were lawmen Frank Caine (Barton MacLane), Will Foreman (Don Collier) and Heck Martin (Jock Gaynor). The outlaws were usually portrayed in a sympathetic light, and were played by different guest stars each week. This collection includes the debut episode, "Thirty a Month".
THIRTY A MONTH: Steve Forrest plays a rancher who cracks up after learning all his money was lost in a bank robbery. Now he's determined to get it back from the thieves – at any cost. Also guest-starring Robert Culp and Warren Oates.
BEAT THE DRUM SLOWLY: Vic Morrow and Dean Jones are two brothers swindled out of nearly $3,500 by a crooked casino owner. They join forces with an eccentric former judge (played by Ray Walston) to take revenge – but they didn't bet on their new partner having a murderous streak.
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