Cimarron Strip - The Hunted
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(Aug 16, 2007)
An Action Adventure of the Old West on Cimarron Strip. Gene Gauge (David Carradine) and his brother Felix (Steve Ihnat), both wanted killers with a sizable bounty on their heads, turn themelves in to Marshall Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman) claiming they acted in self-defense. While in custody, Mr. Buckman (James Gregory), a walthy rancher, orders the cold-blooded murder of Felix Gauge. After his brother is gunned down, hell-bent on revenge, Gene Gauge forces Buckman into a gunfight. Buckman is killed and the story draws to an exciting climax when Marshall Crown sets out after Gauge to stop him from killing the two hired guns who took his brother's life. A classic tale of justice and revenge in the Old West!
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The series features Marshall Crown (Stuart Whitman) the Marshall at Cimarron in Oklahoma. The Hunted begins as Marshall Crown enters an outlaw camp somewhere in the Cimarron Strip to accept the surrender of the Gauge brothers, (one played by David Carradine) two men tired of running from a bounty on their heads for crimes they did, and some they did not, commit. They had agreed to surrender, do their time, and start a new life, but Crown is intent on making sure their confessions, and sentences, include all their crimes. The brothers are required to remain in town pending the investigation.
While Crown is completing his investigation, a rancher brings in two bounty hunters to get revenge for the killing of his son, which he believes was the act of the Gauges. The brothers are lured out of their sanctuary area, the bounty hunters strike, but incompletely, and the surviving brother seeks revenge upon the rancher and the bounty hunters within Crown's rules that his amnesty ends if he draws first.
Unlike the other reviewer, I experienced no problem with picture quality
A good story, well enough told with characters sufficiently well-molded to keep one's interest. And good enough to get me started on the rest of the series.