Black Saddle: Season 2, Episode 14

Letter of Death (8 Jan. 1960)

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Brad Pickard made a deal with Clyde Dawson who was dying in prison. If he confesses to Pickard's crime, Pickard would sue the prison when he got out and give Dawson's family half the money.... See full summary »

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Brad Pickard made a deal with Clyde Dawson who was dying in prison. If he confesses to Pickard's crime, Pickard would sue the prison when he got out and give Dawson's family half the money. It's a robbery plot made behind bars, but can they pull it off? Written by Michelle P.

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Clay Culhane: The letter Dawson got from his father.
Marshal Gib Scott: Why didn't you bring this to me?
Clay Culhane: There wasn't time.
Nora Travers: Clay started to find you, Gib.
Marshal Gib Scott: Sure, but he got sidetracked as usual... You sure worked hard at keeping from collecting your thousand dollars, Culhane. But at least you can carry it back into the bank.
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A Woman's Perspective
4 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It wasn't a great idea. Another man was dying who was in Latigo at the same time as he was and could confess to the crime. The man, worried about his family like he was, was easily convinced after being promised he'd take care of his family. But the man wasn't too trusting and found a way to make sure he kept his end of the deal.

Clay was able to win Pickard's case, but he just couldn't believe this was all on the up and up. Clay was determined to prove that he had a reason to be cautious.

There is a sense of blackmail and twisted greed of money as two men fight for what is there's. The fact that one is fighting from his grave isn't too hard to understand, but things don't go like either man planned and soon Pickard is in a big hurry to get out of town before the truth is found out.

Three people died.


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