The Adventures of Jim Bowie: Season 2, Episode 3

The Irishman (20 Sep. 1957)

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Jim purchases the contract of an indentured servant, but when they stop at an inn, the man tricks the innkeeper into believing that he is the master and Jim is the servant.

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Scott Forbes ...
Sean McClory ...
Walter Holleran
Val Dufour ...
Ben Welden ...
Father Bernardo
Mayo Loiseaux ...
Mary Lou Williams
John Warburton ...
Hilker Williams
Lorna Thayer ...
Mrs. Williams
Charles Horvath ...
Jenkins
Eugene Borden ...
LaBouche
Adrienne D'Ambricourt ...
Mme. LaBouche (as Adrienne d'Ambricourt)
Pedro Regas ...
Pierre LaMure
John Albright ...
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Jim purchases the contract of an indentured servant, but when they stop at an inn, the man tricks the innkeeper into believing that he is the master and Jim is the servant.

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