F Troop

Season 2 Episode 8

The Ballot of Corporal Agarn

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 27, 1966 on ABC
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The Ballot of Corporal Agarn
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The mayoral candidates from Agarn's hometown come to Fort Courage to shower him with offers when it's learned that his absentee ballot will break their tied vote.

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    Ken Berry

    Ken Berry

    Captain Wilton Parmenter

    Larry Storch

    Larry Storch

    Corporal Randolph Agarn

    Forrest Tucker

    Forrest Tucker

    Sergeant Morgan O'Rourke

    Frank DeKova

    Frank DeKova

    Chief Wild Eagle

    Melody Patterson

    Melody Patterson

    Wrangler Jane Angelica Thrift

    Tol Avery

    Tol Avery

    Derby Dan McGurney

    Guest Star

    Lew Parker

    Lew Parker

    George C. Bragen

    Guest Star

    Luana Patten

    Luana Patten

    Mindy Dawson

    Guest Star

    James Hampton

    James Hampton

    Trooper Hannibal Dobbs

    Recurring Role

    Bob Steele

    Bob Steele

    Trooper Duffy

    Recurring Role

    Don Diamond

    Don Diamond

    Crazy Cat

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Agarn: (announcing mail call) Randolph Agarn!
        O'Rourke: That's you.
        Agarn: Sorry, Sarge. You know it's so long since I heard the "Randolph," I thought my first name was "Corporal."

      • Capt. Parmenter: (opening package) Oh! Mother's been baking again.
        O'Rourke: Aw, Captain. That's too bad. All the cookies got broken in the mail.
        Capt. Parmenter: No, no, no. Mother breaks them herself. She doesn't want the post office to go to the trouble.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Agarn: I only regret that I have but one vote to give to my city.
        Paraphrased from what are believed to be final words of Nathan Hale, executed by the British as an American spy during the Revolutionary War. Hale said, "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country."

      • The episode title is a pun on "The Ballad of Corporal Agarn," which would have been a common way for a western storyteller to recount Agarn's exploits.

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