The Deputy: Season 1, Episode 22

Queen Bea (20 Feb. 1960)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Simon Fry attempts to gather evidence against a sophisticated gang that is attempting to monopolize general stores in Arizona by driving all their competition out of business. When none of ... See full summary »

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Allen Case ...
Wallace Ford ...
Herk Lamson
Betty Lou Keim ...
Fran McCord
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Beatrice Vale
Paul Dubov ...
Fletcher
Kim Spalding ...
Briscoe
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Rickert
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Simon Fry attempts to gather evidence against a sophisticated gang that is attempting to monopolize general stores in Arizona by driving all their competition out of business. When none of the store owners are willing to testify, Clay agrees to pretend to sell his shop and then cozy up to the woman he believes is the leader of the criminals. Written by David Bassler

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Briscoe: And remember you couldn't have done this without me.
Beatrice Vale: I know it darling.
[Bea kisses Briscoe]
Beatrice Vale: And I'm very grateful.
Briscoe: I might start believing that - and that could be fatal.
Beatrice Vale: But that's not very nice.
Briscoe: We're not very nice people.
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