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Bat Masterson: Bat Plays a Dead Man's Hand

Bat turns lawyer to fight a tyrannical town boss.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x9
Airdate: Thursday December 03rd, 1959

Director: Otto Lang
Writer: Harry Essex

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Guest Stars
Jan Harrison (1)Jan Harrison (1)
As Belle Sims
Jeff De BenningJeff De Benning
As Prosecutor (as Jeff DeBenning)
Ken ChristyKen Christy
As Attorney Enders
Marx HartmanMarx Hartman
As Sam
Leake BevilLeake Bevil
As Fred Starr
Guy PrescottGuy Prescott
As Phil Hood
Don C. HarveyDon C. Harvey
As Johnny Mills
Bruce WendellBruce Wendell
As Judge Scott
Bud OsborneBud Osborne
As Fred Starr
Stanley EricksonStanley Erickson
As TBD (as Stan Erickson)

Jack LilleyJack Lilley
As Trial Spectator
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bat: I don't suppose you saw anybody come through here after taking a shot at me.
Belle Sims: Oh no, I didn't see a thing. I didn't hear a thing. I take after her. (points at blindfolded Lady Justice)
Bat: That doesn't mean being blind. It means she judges people on facts alone, not on what they look like.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorGerald Roberts
Make-upWilliam Woods
Set DecoratorGeorge Sawley
Director of PhotographyRobert Hoffman (2)
Art DirectorFrank Hotaling
Production ManagerJoe Wonder
Sound EditorGus Galvin
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeHavens Wray  |  Bart Corwin
Film EditorRichard L. Van Enger
WardrobeEdward Armand
Assistant DirectorEd Stein
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
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