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Capt. Edward A. Parmalee (Character)
from "Laredo" (1965)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Capt. Ed Parmalee / Capt. Edward Parmalee / Captain Edward Parmalee / Captain Parmalee / Texas Ranger Capt. Edward A. Parmalee

Filmography

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  1. Three Guns for Texas (1968) Played by Philip Carey
  2. "Laredo"
        - Split the Difference (1967) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Captain Parmalee)
        - Walk Softly (1967) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Capt. Ed Parmalee)
        - Like One of the Family (1967) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Capt. Ed Parmalee)
        - A Question of Guilt (1967) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Capt. Edward Parmalee)
        - The Small Chance Ghost (1967) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Capt. Ed Parmalee)
          (51 more)
  3. "The Virginian"
    ... aka "The Men from Shiloh" - USA (ninth season title)
        - We've Lost a Train (1965) TV episode, Played by Philip Carey (as Captain Edward Parmalee)
Archive Footage:
  1. Backtrack! (1969) Played by Philip Carey (as Texas Ranger Capt. Edward A. Parmalee)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "Laredo: The Deadliest Kid in the West (#1.27)" (1966)
Reese Bennett: Now, Captain, that ain't fair!
Captain Edward Parmalee: Ain't fair? Aiding and abetting the escape of a wanted man; coming in here with a cockeyed collection of pious pervarications! You've pulled some slippery shenanigans in the past, but this is the topper! I ought to throw the book at you. If I hadn't promised Missy...
Joe Riley: Ah ha...
Chad Cooper: Oh ho...
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