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Lawman: The Posse

Marshal Troop single-handedly tries to hold off a posse bent on lynching an innocent man.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x23
Airdate: Sunday March 08th, 1959

Guest Stars
Dick RichDick Rich
As Arch Devereaux
Dick WesselDick Wessel
As Jed Thomas
Michael MacReady (1)Michael MacReady (1)
As Tracy Hunter
Pernell RobertsPernell Roberts
As Fent Hartley
Jean AllisonJean Allison
As Beth Hunter
Tol AveryTol Avery
As Bliss Carter
Emerson TreacyEmerson Treacy
As Blinker

Kermit MaynardKermit Maynard
As Townsman
Main Cast
John RussellJohn Russell
As Marshal Dan Troop
Peter Brown (1)Peter Brown (1)
As Deputy Johnny McKay
Episode Quotes
Bliss Carter: A man like that ought to be skinned alive.
Fent Hartley: Why?
Bliss Carter: Well, you wouldn't understand how decent people feel.
Fent Hartley: Skinning a man's alive a decent feeling? I always thought killing did the job.
Bliss Carter: Well you should know about that. You killed your share.
Fent Hartley: Always when they were looking at me. I have my own ideas about decency.

Blinker: What you said about the odds wasn't seemly. You don't bet on a man's life.
Fent Hartley: Blinker, a man's life is at stake from the moment he draws his first breath until his last. Have a drink.
Blinker: I don't drink.
Fent Hartley: Your halo's too tight.

Blinker: You two make me sick. "The boy," "the kid." You make him sound like an innocent child instead of a murderer who took life in his hands.
Fent Hartley: I had an aunt used to talk like you do, Blinker. She cheated at solitaire.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerWilliam T. Orr
ProducerJules Schermer
Set DecoratorRalph S. Hurst
Director of PhotographyEdwin DuPar
Production ManagerOren W. Haglund
Main Title ThemeJerry Livingston
Main Title Theme Written ByMack David
Film EditorLeo Shreve
SoundTheodore B. Hoffman (1)
Assistant DirectorEddie Prinz
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