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|The Game Master ponders the set-up of Adamsville.|
The stage is set, the lights are on, the cameras are rolling. ACTION!!!
|Main Street of Adamsville. A couple of buildings were switched around after this picture was taken.|
Sheriff and Deputies were played by Phil Young (Sheriff Pusser), Sean Pitts (Deputy Two-Gun Tom Thompson), and Ed Sansing (Deputy "Gentleman" Jim Edwards).
|The Pinkertons outside the bank: Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Smith, Mr. Peters, Mr. James.|
The Pinkertons were played by Bill Hamilton (Mr. Mitchell, a "man in black")
|Taco Smith, Bill Green, Strongarm Jack, Big-Eyed Bill, and ZZ Bottom|
|Pecos Kid, Dandy Don, Seamus Campbell, and "Red" Green|
|Handy, Indian Joe, Buck, and Red|
|Deputy "Gentleman" Jim Edwards patrols the boardwalk by the Edwards Hotel, in which he has a majority interest.|
|Another view of the above scene.|
|Indian Joe and Buck saunter down the alley towards the front of the bank. The only thing they can see is Cowboy Pat, dead in the street, shot by an unseen assassin. Where are the Pinkertons? The are hiding, cowardly, in the bank.|
|While Green protects his boss' back against Deputy Hanes, Strongarm and Two-Gun face off with pistols blazing. In the background, outlaw Buck is coming out of the alley but his attention is riveted on the bank across the street.|
|Strongarm and Two-Gun trade shots, with Strongarm falling down severely wounded. He is later shot repeatedly by the cowardly Pinkertons and killed. Green and Deputy Hanes shoot at each other with Green getting the worse of the exchange of lead.|
|Another view of the above scene. Indian Joe has moved up beside Buck and they both shoot at the cowardly Pinkertons in te bank across the street (out of picture to left).|
|Strongarm Jack lies dead in the mouth of the alley. Buck rounds the corner and back-shoots Deputy Two-Gun Tom, putting him down (with a jammed pistol - red bead). Indian Joe continues to shoot at the cowardly Pinkertons in the bank.|
|One of the Pinkertons, Mr. Peters, finally screws up enough courage and comes out of the bank to trade shots with Indian Joe, severely wounding him in the right arm. But both men are now out of ammunition (yellow beads).|
Well, the Pinkertons held the bank until the Army escorted stage arrived and carried the money away to Fort Hamilton.
Although Strongarm Jack was killed and Seamus Campbell severely wounded, ZZ Bottom rescued Brother Darryl from "durance vile" after Sheriff Pusser was shot and knocked out in the doorway of the jail. With the sheriff and most of his deputies out of action, the outlaws ransacked the town and rode away with Brother Darryl at their head.
And now for some period pictures of some of the players:
|Deputy "Gentleman" Jim Edwards|
|Strongarm Jack and his men|
|Seamus Campbell and his men|
|Indian Joe from Buffalo and his me|