The Deputy: Season 2, Episode 34

The Deathly Quiet (27 May 1961)

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Two army deserters steal a pair of Gatling guns and embark on a reign of terror targeting mines, miners and assay offices throughout southern Arizona. After the crooks beat off the posse ... See full summary »

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Two army deserters steal a pair of Gatling guns and embark on a reign of terror targeting mines, miners and assay offices throughout southern Arizona. After the crooks beat off the posse lead by Clay and Sarge, McCord convinces the Army to fight fire with fire and baits a trap with the fort's remaining machine guns. Written by David Bassler

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[Colonel Belknap refuses to help Clay because of "regulations"]
Deputy Clay McCord: Murder and robbery are against regulation, too, Colonel, and it doesn't help that they're using stolen army equipment!
Colonel Belknap: Yes, yes. Your chief, Simon Fry, said as much when he was here.
Deputy Clay McCord: And you disagreed?
Colonel Belknap: I told him it was a matter for the civilian authorities.
Deputy Clay McCord: How'd he take it?
Colonel Belknap: Well, let's say he's a lawman, not a diplomat.
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