Lawman (1958)

Season 2 Episode 4

The Exchange

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Oct 25, 1959 on ABC
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When Lily's estranged ex-con husband, Frank, comes to town she avoids telling Dan who the man is. Dan's suspicious of him- and with good cause. He's holding their son, Tommy, as a hostage to force Lily to help him rob the bank. She tries to handle the matter alone while keeping Dan from finding out anything, which only makes him more suspicious.moreless

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Mike Road

Mike Road

Frank Quinlivan

Guest Star

Bryan Russell

Bryan Russell

Tommy Quinlivan

Guest Star

J. Edward McKinley

J. Edward McKinley

Mr. Worth

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Clancy Cooper

Clancy Cooper

Timmo

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Roscoe Ates

Roscoe Ates

Ike Jenkins

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    • Dan: You know I oughtta hold you for conspiracy.
      Lily: Oh, Dan...it's only a week before my sister can come and get Tommy. I'd hate to spend it in jail.
      Dan: Well, you won't... I don't suppose you had much choice. (A moment later, with a sleeping Tommy in her arms, she looks at Dan with a totally humiliated expression.)
      Lily: Dan... If it means anything... I'm sorry. (Dan had been avoiding looking at her, and when he did, he had looked very hurt. Now he smiled as she turned away.)
      Dan: Hold it. (She turns back around. He gets his hat, goes over to her, and hoists Tommy onto his shoulder.) I'll see you home.
      (She still looks like a whipped dog, following him to the door and opening it for him.)

    • Lily: Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.
      Dan: Beats makin' a molehill out of a mountain.

    • Lily: Please, Dan, it's a personal matter, stay out of it. You're making a terrible mistake.
      Dan: That's funny. I have a feeling you are.

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