The Deputy (1959–1961)
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Lawman's Conscience 

A deathbed confession frees Albee Beckett, a ranchhand convicted of murder. Clay feels guilty for gathering the evidence that sent Albee to Yuma prison until Sarge convinces to him to ... See full summary »

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Read Morgan ...
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Albee Beckett
Tracey Roberts ...
Mary Hayden
Jerry La Zarre ...
Zack Tanby
Roy Wright ...
Phil Briggs
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Rufus Hayden
Cyril Delevanti ...
Ozzie Brandon
Phil Tully ...
Charlie - Bartender
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Storyline

A deathbed confession frees Albee Beckett, a ranchhand convicted of murder. Clay feels guilty for gathering the evidence that sent Albee to Yuma prison until Sarge convinces to him to reexamine the case in light of a rash of robberies that occurred in Silver City soon after Albee and two of his cronies returned to the area. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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1 July 1961 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Last show of the series. See more »

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During this episode, Albee Beckett addresses the Bartender as 'Johnny.' In the closing credits, the Bartender is identified as 'Charlie.' See more »

Quotes

[a man Clay arrested for murder is released when the real killer provides a death bed confession]
Clay McCord: Lucky thing Albee got life instead of the noose - lucky for me, I mean.
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