Johnny Ringo (1959–1960)
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Coffin Sam 

Coffin Sam Sabine, a gunslinger with eleven notches on his pistol handle, arrives in Valerdi and offers Ringo a unique proposition. Sam claims his gun hand is becoming crippled and the only... See full summary »

Director:

Dick Moder

Writers:

Dan Spelling (as Daniel Spelling), Aaron Spelling (creator)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Don Durant ... Johnny Ringo
Mark Goddard ... Cully
Alan Hale Jr. ... Coffin Sam Sabine
Robert Easton ... Billy Counts
Abigail Shelton Abigail Shelton ... Ivadeen (as Abbagail Shelton)
Michael Hinn Michael Hinn ... George Haig
John Harmon ... Jed Bates
Mary Gregory Mary Gregory ... Mary Agar
Hank Patterson ... Old Man
Lee Kross Lee Kross ... Bartender
Carey Loftin ... Cowboy
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Storyline

Coffin Sam Sabine, a gunslinger with eleven notches on his pistol handle, arrives in Valerdi and offers Ringo a unique proposition. Sam claims his gun hand is becoming crippled and the only way he'll be able to fend off kids who want to outdraw him is to make his reputation so fierce that they'll never try. His plan - paying Johnny one hundred dollars to lose to him in a staged gunfight. Written by David Bassler

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reputation | gunslinger | widow | See All (3) »

Genres:

Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 June 1960 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When the series aired in syndication, this episode was called "Reputation for Murder". See more »

Goofs

Mary Gregory's character was referred to as "Mary Agar" on-screen, but "Mary Agan" in the episode's credits. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
[Coffin Sam kills a saddle tramp in a gunfight]
Coffin Sam Sabine: I had the handle of this gun carved from a dead man's coffin. Each of them notches is the last mark left by eleven men.
[Sam uses the dead man's gun to shoot another notch in the handle]
Coffin Sam Sabine: I like to give anyone a chance to shoot once - even if they're dead. Tell your kids about this... that you saw Coffin Sam Sabine in action. It'll make a hero out of all of all of you!
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Crazy Credits

Once again, instead of the closing credits of Johnny Ringo: Coffin Sam (1960) shown on Talking Pictures TV, it has the whole of the closing credits of Johnny Ringo: The Gunslinger (1960). See more »

Soundtracks

Johnny Ringo
(end theme)
Written by Don Durant
Sung by Don Durant
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