A newspaper publishes a poem about Jim. Irritated, he confronts the editor. Unfortunately for Jim the editor is soon found murdered, and suspicion falls on him.
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Jim Bowie
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Justinian Tebbs
Georgette Duval ...
Annette Lebec
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Commissioner Devereau
Marcel Rousseau ...
Pierre Lebec
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Burke
Russ Bender ...
Capt. Gunderson (as Russell Bender)
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Claude Matin (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
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Old Printer
Len Hendry ...
Policeman
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A newspaper publishes a poem about Jim. Irritated, he confronts the editor. Unfortunately for Jim the editor is soon found murdered, and suspicion falls on him.

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5 April 1957 (USA)  »

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Patty's Dad Beat Bones McCoy To The Punch
2 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Nearly a decade before DeForrest Kelley said, "he's dead, Jim" on Star Trek, William Schallert (Patty Duke's father on the Patty Duke show as well as he appeared in the Trouble with Tribbles episode of Star Trek) would say these very words on this episode of The Adventures of Jim Bowie, when a newspaper editor was murdered and Bowie was set up to be implicated.

Also look for an appearance by Frank Wilcox, perhaps best known as Mr. Bruster from early Beverly HIllbillies episodes.

Actually, a decently rounded out episode of Jim Bowie (a very underrated show), but Schallert rather stole the show this time after he said those three words.


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