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Sheriff Ep Bridges (Character)
from "The Waltons" (1971)

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Sherriff Bridges first name is Marmaduke . He was... See more »
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  1. "The Waltons"
        - The Hostage (1981) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
        - The Outrage: Part 2 (1980) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
        - The Outrage: Part 1 (1980) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
        - The Medal (1980) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
        - The Home Front: Part 2 (1979) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
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From "The Waltons: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (#1.0)" (1971)
Ike Godsey: Sheriff, why don't you wait until after Christmas to lock Charlie up? He's a man of his word, he won't run out on you.
Sheriff Bridges: You double dog right he won't. He's going to jail.
Charlie Sneed: Christmas ain't no time to be locking a man up in that old, drafty jail of yours. I could die of pneumonia before morning. You want that on your conscience that I died of pneumonia on Christmas?
Sheriff Bridges: You should've given that some thought while you was stealing them turkeys and hams.
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