Cimarron City (1958–1960)
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The Evil One 

Professor James King, a charlatan boasting of magical powers arrives in Cimarron City and promptly puts on a séance where he calls the spirit of a dead man to visit from the dead. Matt ... See full summary »

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Sheriff Lane Temple (credit only)
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Prof. James King
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Daria Massey ...
Nooma
Dennis McCarthy ...
Bern Hoffman ...
Huntz
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Jake Walker
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Silas Perry
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Professor James King, a charlatan boasting of magical powers arrives in Cimarron City and promptly puts on a séance where he calls the spirit of a dead man to visit from the dead. Matt Rockford isn't too concerned about the gullible citizens who are taken in by the professor's tricks until he detects a sinister motive behind the hypnotist's visit. Written by David Bassler

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4 April 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Widow Means (Olive Carey) states that her husband George had been deceased for 12 years prior to being hypnotized. Mrs Careys real husband, actor Harry Carey, had passed on 12 years before this episode. See more »

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Dr. Sam Hedges: Oh, ah, by the way - we have another strange visitor stopping at the saloon.
Mayor Matt Rockford: Professor King?
Dr. Sam Hedges: Now, we don't want charlatans like that in Cimarron City.
Mayor Matt Rockford: As long as he doesn't break any laws, he's got his rights.
Dr. Sam Hedges: The right to fool the people?
Mayor Matt Rockford: To fool all the fools in the territory that want to be fooled.
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