The Deputy

Season 1 Episode 31

The Last Gunfight

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Apr 30, 1960 on NBC
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The Last Gunfight
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Gunfighter Johnny Dean wants to shed his reputation by settling down in Silver City under the alias "Roger Enright." He plans to buy a ranch north of town and marry the local music teacher, Helen Ivers. Trouble arrives in the form of Dan Crawford, a young man who's been trailing Dean and who wants to kill him in a shootout in order to acquire a reputation. Local bully Burt Johnson learns of Crawford's quest and decides to kill Dean himself. To settle which man will get the "honor," Crawford and Johnson play cards. Crawford wins but when Johnson learns Crawford has a reputation for shady card-dealing, he challenges Crawford to a duel on the town's street. Dean tries to avert bloodshed by stepping between them but the men fire anyway and Dean is killed. Deputy McCord checks the body and says it shows only one bullet hole. Each shooter claims to be the one who fired the fatal shot but McCord refuses to settle their dispute, not wanting either man to claim "credit." He later confides to Marshal Fry that two bullets actually hit Dean.moreless

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    Henry Fonda

    Henry Fonda

    Marshal Simon Fry

    Allen Case

    Allen Case

    Deputy Marshal Clay McCord

    Read Morgan

    Read Morgan

    Sgt. Sarge "Hapgood" Tasker

    Wallace Ford

    Wallace Ford

    Herb Lamson

    Betty Lou Keim

    Betty Lou Keim

    Fran McCord

    Gary Hunley

    Gary Hunley

    Brandy McCord

    Charles McGraw

    Charles McGraw

    Johnny Dean

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    Robert Redford (I)

    Robert Redford (I)

    Burt Johnson

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    Monica Lewis

    Monica Lewis

    Helen Ivers

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    Phil Tully

    Phil Tully

    Bartender

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