The 20th Century-Fox Hour

Season 2 Episode 10

Springfield Incident

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 06, 1957 on CBS
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Springfield Incident
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A young Abe takes on a case where the only witness to the crime is the mother of two young men who are wrongfully accused in the stabbing death of the town deputy.

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      • (John T. Stewart to the townspeople of New Salem)
        John T. Stewart: I tell you that the vertigo corruption of Andrew Jackson is spread like poison throughout the length and breadth of our great land. Saugemont County take warning, send me, John T. Stewart, back to the legislature and I'll see to it that every Jackson man is whipped out of office, like a dog out of the meat house. And now friends, I bow to one of your own citizens of New Salem who will address you further on behalf of the great and incorruptible Wig Party.

        Abe Lincoln: Gentlemen, fellow citizens, I presume you all know who I am. I'm plain Abraham Lincoln, I have been solicited by my friends to become a candidate for the legislature. My politics are short and sweet, like the old woman's dance. I'm in favor of a National Bank, I'm in favor of internal improvement system and a high protective tariff. These are my sentiments and political principles. If elected, I shall be thankful, if not, it will all be the same.

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      • TV Adaptation of the 1939 film "Young Mr. Lincoln", starring Henry Fonda.

        This episode aired in syndication on TV Hour of Stars as "Young Man from Kentucky".

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