The Untouchables

Season 4 Episode 22

The Butcher's Boy

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Mar 12, 1963 on ABC
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The Butcher's Boy
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A World War I hero organizes a sadistic ring of thugs to offer "protection" to the city's butchers from the mob.

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  • A different kind of sergeant played by Frank Sutton.

    7.0
    Pretty good episode by Season Four standards with Frank Sutton giving another gem of a performance as Davey McCain, a man so consumed by hatred that it eventually leads to his own destruction. I rate Davey McCain along with Junk Man's Steve Ballard as the two most complex and interesting villains of Season Four. Besides Sutton we also get a good performance from veteran stage actor Rudy Bond as a doomed mobster and radio Perry Mason John Larkin as the object of Sutton's hatred.moreless

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    • Continuity: When Davy McCain is searching for the deceased Phillip Hedden's belongings in the shipping terminal, he finds them and the person to whom they are to be shipped to is listed as a Mrs. Louise Hedden in Iowa. Earlier it is stated that Hedden's belongings were being shipped to his sister in Iowa. If Louise Hedden is the sister, they would not have put the Mrs. in front of her name. If she was married, her last name would be something besides Hedden and if she was single, there would not be the Mrs. before her name.

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