Here Come the Brides

Season 1 Episode 26

The Deadly Trade

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Apr 16, 1969 on ABC
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The Deadly Trade
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A young logger, is killed at the logging camp in a freak accident and his backwoods family wants Joshua and Jeremy's life in return.

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    R.G. Armstrong

    R.G. Armstrong

    Lijah

    Guest Star

    Ross Hagen

    Ross Hagen

    Jobe

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    Ron Feinberg

    Ron Feinberg

    Stoker (as Ronald Feinberg)

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    Henry Beckman

    Henry Beckman

    Captain Clancey

    Recurring Role

    Susan Tolsky

    Susan Tolsky

    Biddie Cloom

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    Hoke Howell

    Hoke Howell

    Ben Perkins

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      • Jason: What's the matter, Will? Food good enough for you?
        Willard: Oh, your food's fine. Just that I like my wife's better.
        Jeremy: Well, I want you to know my feeling's are very hurt, Will.
        Willard: Well, I'm not married to you, Jeremy, so I think I'll just stick to Linda's food for awhile longer.
        Jeremy: So you don't like my cooking, is that it?
        Willard: Well, Jeremy, when a woman takes a roast and does it up just right. I mean, puts in all the right spices, takes it out of the oven at just the right time... well, now, that's cooking. But, uh, burning horsemeat in a pan of grease, that just don't qualify, Jeremy.

      • Lottie: I mean, you know so much about guns, you're so expert.
        Joshua: We could learn. We could practice.
        Lottie: You don't have to practice to die. The pig-headed fools. Oh, I know the answer, it's a matter of pride. Well, they'll bury you and your pride together.

      • Lijah: Now hear it. That grandson of mine ain't turned over to me in 24 hours, me and my boys are going to burn you down like wild grass. If you tuck tail and run, it'll be that swill-masted friend of yours. Or maybe even the whole town. Ashes, embers, charred bones. I'll make Seattle a place even the snakes'll bypass.
        Jason: Then you and your boys could live here.

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