Lawman (1958)

Season 3 Episode 29

Fugitive

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Apr 02, 1961 on ABC
7.6
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Casey Cormack is a fugitive bank robber that returns to take his wife, Meg, and son, Joey, on the run with him. Meg and Joey come into Laramie for supplies, and meet a kind shopkeeper named Mrs. Fields. Meg decides to ride off, and leave Joey behind. Dan has Johnny chase after Meg, but she gives him the slip. Meg meets up with Casey and tells him what she did. Casey insists they come back for Joey, but things go array leading Casey to knock Johnny over the head with his gun, and take Dan hostage.moreless

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  • Bank robber Casey Cormack takes his wife, Meg, and son, Joey, on the run with him. They stop in Laramie for supplies. Meg leaves Joey with Mrs. Fields, a store owner. Now its up to Dan and Johnny to find out what is going on with the situation.moreless

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    This episode will fly under the radar. It's really good, but not quite great. You have to wonder why they didn't arrest Meg for child abandonment. That was kind of a weird situation, where just out of the blue left her son with a total stranger. It was kind of cute seeing Dan, Johnny, and Lily interact with the boy. I liked how he wouldn't eat his pancake when they where in the room, but chowed down just as soon as they left. The ending was pretty intense. Thankfully, Dan talked Casey into doing the right thing. Joey also did the right thing by helping Johnny get up, and find his gun. He could have done like some of the other brats they've had on, and pointed it at him.moreless
Catherine McLeod

Catherine McLeod

Meg Cormack

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Keith Richards (I)

Keith Richards (I)

Casey Cormack

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Dorothy Konrad

Dorothy Konrad

Mrs. Fields

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Dan Sheridan

Dan Sheridan

Jake, Bartender

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