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Season 2 Episode 15

Incident of the Devil and His Due

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 22, 1960 on CBS
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Incident of the Devil and His Due
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Favor goes on trial for murder while the wranglers search for the real culprits---an outlaw band on the lam after robbing a stagecoach.

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    Ron Foster

    Ron Foster

    Bill Rudd

    Clint Eastwood

    Clint Eastwood

    Rowdy Yates (1959 - 1966)

    Paul Brinegar

    Paul Brinegar

    G. W. Wishbone, Cook (George Washington)

    Sheb Wooley

    Sheb Wooley

    Pete Nolan, Scout

    Steve Raines

    Steve Raines

    Jim Quince

    Eric Fleming

    Eric Fleming

    Gil Favor, Trail Boss

    Hank Worden

    Hank Worden

    Joe Wendell

    Guest Star

    Neville Brand

    Neville Brand

    Gaff

    Guest Star

    John Pickard

    John Pickard

    Owens

    Guest Star

    Sheila Bromley

    Sheila Bromley

    Mrs. Burton

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "King Henry IV, Part I" (Act I, Scene II): "He will give the devil his due".

      • If you listen carefully you will notice the following: Neville Brand as Gaff, after robbing the Father Owens character, mistakenly calls his men Eddie and Burt, all other times (and in the credits) they are known as Eddie and Maury. Maury was the role played by James Griffith.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Gil Favor: The cowhand's hat is the first thing he puts on when he gets up. And the last thing he takes off when he beds down. Some of the wide brim shades his eyes from the sun. In winter, he pulls the brim down, ties it over his ears to avoid frostbite. Uses the crown as a bucker and the brim as a drinkin' cup. That's why a cowhand'll get the best hat he can. 'Cause it's got to serve a dozen purposes its maker never dreamed of. The same thing goes for the men wearin' the hats. I know. I'm Gil Favor, trail boss.

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