Walking Tall

Season 1 Episode 4

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Mar 31, 1981 on NBC
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The local mob wants Buford out of the way, so they bring in a professional – An old friend of Buford’s, who carries a grudge.

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    Harold Sylvester

    Harold Sylvester

    Deputy Aaron Fairfax

    Rad Daly

    Rad Daly

    Michael Pusser

    Jeff Lester

    Jeff Lester

    Deputy Grady Spooner

    Bo Svenson

    Bo Svenson

    Sheriff Buford Pusser

    Walter Barnes

    Walter Barnes

    Carl Pusser

    Courtney Pledger

    Courtney Pledger

    Deputy Joan Litton

    Merlin Olsen

    Merlin Olsen

    Webb McClain

    Guest Star

    L.Q. Jones

    L.Q. Jones

    John Whitter

    Guest Star

    Macon McCalman

    Macon McCalman

    Doc Spencer

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Buford and McClain – Seated at a table, with Joan, in The Clover Club, awaiting dinner – Have been discussing organized crime, in McNeal County.

        McClain: You really take this Sheriff business serious, don't you, Buford?

        Buford: Yessir.

        McClain: Maybe, straight-arrow that you are, you oughta be a Priest, instead of a Sheriff.

        (See Allusions)

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • In the scene at the restaurant, after Buford and McClain have a brief discussion on the organized crime situation, in McNeal County, McClain (Merlin Olsen) comments that – Since Buford is so honest and ethical – He might make a good Priest (See Quotes). This seems to be an allusion to Olsen's 'Father Murphy' series – Which was in the early stages of production, at the time – In which, Olsen's character poses as a Priest.

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