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Lawman (1958)

Season 2 Episode 19

The Ugly Man

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Feb 14, 1960 on ABC
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The Ugly Man
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Lily is threatened in an alley at night by a man calling himself "the ugly man". He seems to know all about her and accuses her of deceit and lies (although she is sure she doesn't know him) and he promises to kill her at midnight on some night soon. Dan and Johnny begin a constant vigil, one or the other being with her 24 hours a day until they can track down a man with no name and no face. Finally, one of the girls who works in the saloon discloses a secret that unlocks the mystery.moreless

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    Ted Knight

    Ted Knight

    The Ugly Man(Frank Jorgenson)

    Guest Star

    Eve McVeagh

    Eve McVeagh

    Josie

    Guest Star

    Mina Vaughn

    Mina Vaughn

    Delores

    Guest Star

    Clancy Cooper

    Clancy Cooper

    Timmo

    Recurring Role

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      • Timmo: The 'ugly man', (musing as he looks around the saloon at all of the customers) There must be a million ugly men in Laramie.

      • There is an entire scene in which Lily stubbornly refuses to give up her morning bath, so Dan sits in the room, stubbornly refusing to wait outside, although she is behind a screen. All during this scene, Dan is being watched by a basset hound given to Lily as protection. The dog and Dan engage in a staring match, with the dog reacting with nearly bored curiosity to every move Dan makes.

      • Johnny: You sure do cook a fine breakfast, Miss Lily.
        Lily: I'm glad you think so, Johnny. Because you and I are just about gonna have to get married now!

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