(TV Series)

Hard Labor ()


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Dillon is sentenced to a lifetime of hard labor by Judge Flood, who uses an illegally constituted court to staff his private silver mine.

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Festus
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Matt Dillon
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Judge Flood
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Widge
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Latch
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Elton
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Fifer
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Osuna
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Pete Murphy
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Mike
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Bar Girl
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Jury Foreman
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Guard

Directed by

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Bernard McEveety

Written by (WGA)

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Earl W. Wallace ... (teleplay by)
 
Hal Sitowitz ... (story by)
 
Charles Marquis Warren ... (creator) (uncredited) (creator)
 
Norman MacDonnell ... (based on the radio series created by) (uncredited)
 
John Meston ... (based on the radio series created by) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Ron Honthaner ... associate producer
John Mantley ... executive producer
John G. Stephens ... producer

Cinematography by

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Edward R. Plante ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Howard A. Smith ... (as Howard Smith)

Set Decoration by

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Herman N. Schoenbrun

Production Management

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Paul Nichols ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert Webb ... assistant director (as Robert M. Webb)

Sound Department

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Alan Bernard ... production sound mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Charles R. Young ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alexander Velcoff ... costumer

Music Department

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Rex Koury ... composer: theme music (uncredited)

Other crew

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George Walsh ... announcer

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Distributors

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  • CBS (1975) (United States) (tv) (original airing)

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Also Known As
  • Hard Labor (United States)
Runtime
  • 60 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia If the production number is correct, this was the last episode filmed. See more »
Goofs When Matt and three others deliberately bury themselves in a mine shaft in order to dig toward the surface unnoticed, Matt swings the pick for digging at the level of his own chest, and the hole goes from his waist to his head when he finally reaches daylight. But when the scene dissolves out and back in to reveal it's now night outside, the hole is at floor level. See more »

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