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Published on Jun 14, 2009
Original episode air date, Feb 4, 1960 Saturday night, prime time. Storyline: Claire Cantrell and Bat Masterson share stage coach ride in Old West. Stage coach is attacked by outlaws. Claire Cantrell is kidnapped by outlaws. Bat Masterson rescues damsel in distress. Claire Cantrell is re-united with Buck Peters, sheriff of Mesquite Springs, Nevada and everyone lived happily ever after. Please leave a review. Dorothy Johnson was Miss Oregon 1955 and First runner-up in the 1956 Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City, NJ. Dorothy Johnson was the female lead as Elaine Peck in Columbia Studio's full length motion picture "Life Begins at 17" and also appearing in Hollywood movies such as Sister Ophelia in the Canadian Cult Classic "The Littlest Hobo" in 1958, and as Sally, leader of the all girl Circus Orchestra in "The Flying Fontaines." Dorothy Johnson TV credits include The Bob Cummings Show, Bat Masterson, Bourbon Street Beat, Overland Trail, Jerry Lewis' first TV special in 1957, as a contestant on "You bet your life" with Groucho Marxs as well as appearing live on national TV during the 1956 Miss America. The first year Bert Parks hosted the event and the first year the pageant was televised live throughout the USA. For Dorothy Johnson fans, you can send her your best wishes via email to email@example.com