Lute-Mae becomes the victim of rape at the hands of one of Truro's privileged sons. When Titus is reluctant to investigate the assault, Lute-Mae enlists the help of Sam, Lane, and Tony to ... See full summary »

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Sam Curtis
Woody Brown ...
Skipper Weldon
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Elmo Tyson (credit only)
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Sheriff Titus Semple
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Constance Weldon Semple Carlyle
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Fielding Carlyle
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Claude Weldon
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Lane Ballou
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Eudora Weldon
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Lute-Mae Sanders
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Tony
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Scott
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Phil (as Charlie Robinson)
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Lute-Mae becomes the victim of rape at the hands of one of Truro's privileged sons. When Titus is reluctant to investigate the assault, Lute-Mae enlists the help of Sam, Lane, and Tony to expose the young man's violent past. Field is impressed by a recuperating Constance, who persuades Sam to rethink his opinion on a controversial bill sponsored by Field. Written by Skip Eastport

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10 November 1981 (USA)  »

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