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O'Quillian 

In Spearville Irishman O'Quillian shoots a man for cheating in cards. The dead man's brother is set for revenge even though the Irishman was cleared of murder by the courts.

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Matt Dillon
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Doc
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Kitty
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Festus
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O'Quillian
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Clay Tynan
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Chickenfoot
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Newly
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Louie Pheeters
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Judge Fletcher Anderson
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Sam
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Parker
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Briggs
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Roy
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In Spearville Irishman O'Quillian shoots a man for cheating in cards. The dead man's brother is set for revenge even though the Irishman was cleared of murder by the courts.

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28 October 1968 (USA)  »

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An episode that is forgettable- and quickly
14 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

I was unclear if this episode was meant to be a drama or comedy. Which ever way the writers intended the script, it did not play well.

When Irishman Leary O'Quillian shoots a man for cheating in cards in the town of Spearville it will not be long before the dead man's brother will be looking for him. Clay Tynan (Victor French) is the brother looking for Ole O'Quillian. When he enters Spearville he is told that the Irishman went to Dodge but the information about a jury finding it 'Justifiable Homicide' was kept from Clay Tynan. Clay sets out to find the Irishman and kill him.

Inside Dodge O'Quilliam starts trouble with everyone from Miss Kitty to Doc Adams. In fact the only friend that O'Quillian has is the town drunk Louie Pheeters.

When Tynan and his group comes riding into Dodge they want O'Quillian. When O'Quillian comes out into the street a gunfight breaks out. Some people are dead and some alive.

And still I could not tell if it was a drama or comedy.


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