The Ford Television Theatre: Season 5, Episode 1

Catch at Straws (3 Oct. 1956)

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When Fred Karnes is beaten By Bill Corby and two friends for dating Bill's sister Carol, DA Sloan's prosecution is difficult because Karnes is considered low class and a traitor while Carol is quiet to preserve her family's influence.

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District Attorney Peter Sloan
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Fred Karns
Virginia Gibson ...
Carol Corby
Eddie Foy III ...
Bill Corby
Rayford Barnes ...
Eddie Glynn
Hugh Sanders ...
Lt. Ben Morris
Michael Fox ...
Jed Hartan
Curtis Cooksey ...
John Corby
S. John Launer ...
Defense Attorney
Charles Evans ...
Judge Austin Hodges
Emerson Treacy ...
Mayor
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Union Official
George Cisar ...
Mr. McCabe
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When Fred Karnes is beaten By Bill Corby and two friends for dating Bill's sister Carol, DA Sloan's prosecution is difficult because Karnes is considered low class and a traitor while Carol is quiet to preserve her family's influence.

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3 October 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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