Black Saddle: Season 1, Episode 14

Client: Jessup (18 Apr. 1959)

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Lon Jessup has been a trustworthy citizen in Latigo for many years, but now he was being tried for bank robbery and murder. Clay's able to get him off, but is surprised when his wife comes ... See full summary »

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Anna-Lisa ...
Nora Travers (as Anna Lisa)
Philip Abbott ...
Lon Jessup
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Alice Jessup
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Sam Buffington ...
Noah Bailey
Barney Phillips ...
Thompson
Garry Walberg ...
Clark
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Lon Jessup has been a trustworthy citizen in Latigo for many years, but now he was being tried for bank robbery and murder. Clay's able to get him off, but is surprised when his wife comes into town claiming Lon lied in court and tried to kill her when she wanted a divorce. Written by Michelle P.

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A bit twisted if you ask me!
10 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This story didn't exactly go where I expected it to go, but that's good! I was surprised.

Unfortunately, this story didn't end well. Just warning you beforehand. Lon Jessup was a respected citizen in Latigo (even thought this IS the first time we've ever seen him). Lon is suddenly arrested for robbery and attempted murder, but Clay is a good lawyer and is able to get him off. But only a few days later, Lon's wife rides into town and tells Clay that Lon lied in court when he promised to pay all the money back. She didn't want to have anything to do with Lon and was leaving him. Clay wanted to get to the bottom of things, naturally...

Like I said, this story didn't go exactly where I expected it to go, and I ended up feeling pretty darn sorry for Lon in the end!


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