Slim is deputized to protect Stephen Collier, a murder suspect with a killer on his trail- and his lawyer, who's behaving very strangely. At same time a group of suffragettes arrives and the two events are related to everyone's surprise.

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Dennis Holmes ...
Mike
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Steven Collier
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Leland Emory
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Leora Scofield
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Sy Crossland (as James McMullan)
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Ben Chantler
Brian G. Hutton ...
Ross (as Brian Hutton)
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Ed Rigby
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With Jess and Daisy at the ranch taking care of Mike, Slim is on duty as a temporary deputy for Sheriff Cory bringing in Steven Collier, a member of the territorial legislature, for trial on murder charges. At about the same time a stage arrives with a group of women suffragettes led by Leora Scofield. Daisy is in town with Mike for supplies when she sees Leora who she knew when they were younger. Daisy invites Leora and her friend Phyllis Wynn to dinner at the Sherman Ranch. Slim drives them to the ranch where he and Leora don't see eye to eye. He takes the two guests back to Laramie and to return to the jail. There is worry about attempts on Colier's life but they are surprised when Phyllis is used as a pawn to sneak a rigged gun to Collier intended to kill him but instead a deputy is killed. Sheriff Cory and Slim are now faced with two prisoners and unknown killers. Written by Anonymous

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27 November 1962 (USA)  »

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One writer of this episode is William Blinn. His TV and movie career is diverse. He created "Starsky & Hutch" and "The Rookies". Wrote and produced "Fame" and "Eight Is Enough" among many other TV series. Won a Prime Time Emmy for "Brian's Song" (1972) and "Roots, Part II (1977). Can you guess what feature film he wrote in 1984 that starred someone who was formerly known by another name? See more »

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