In the western frontier town of Cross Creek storekeeper George Temple is a polite and soft spoken man with a secret past.When three bank robbers on the lam stop in town to change horses George Temple's past comes back to haunt him.
This show was unique because it was the only Western anthology on television at the time. Anthologies were popular on early television and were the equivalent of today's television movies. Because of this format, it attracted many stars who wanted to appear on it. See more »
For syndicated rerun release, the introductions and wrap-ups by Powell, Dick (q.v.) were replaced with new ones featuring Keenan Wynn, and the program was retitled "The Westerners." See more »
I started this long TV western series, and I must admit that I am bit deceived. maybe I'll be more in a near future. I expected a kind of AH PRESENTS scheme, different stories and characters, with of course UNEXPECTED, TWIST endings. Bittersweet, ironical endingd, know what I mean?
Here, nothing of this sort, but always expected f...hppy endings, as we find in movies for théâtres.
Maybe it will be a little different in the next épisodes. Maybe...
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