Sam goes to Shannonville to investigate the murder of a man, but is met with cold reception. He is determined to get to the truth and arrest the man who committed the murder, but Walter ... See full summary »

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Sam goes to Shannonville to investigate the murder of a man, but is met with cold reception. He is determined to get to the truth and arrest the man who committed the murder, but Walter Shannon runs the town and everyone in it, and he will do everything in his power to protect the murderer. Written by Michelle

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17 December 1959 (USA)  »

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Lee Van Cleef
2 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Need I say more? I haven't seen something LVC has done that I DON'T like yet! He is one heck of a character actor! He plays an excellent bad guy! When I saw he was in this episode, I knew I would like it and I did. His character show Stan Jakovsky down as only LVC could do it! This episode deserves a ten just by him being in it.

The story was also great, though not too original. I wonder how many towns were actually like that - run by a single man who seemed to have everyone under his control. Actually, it seems this wasn't the first episode of Law of the Plainsman that had this issue, am I right?

John Dehner is another character actor who plays a great bad guy. He has a soft, calm voice that makes him so powerful. I like anything he does as well. Oh, to go back to the good ol' days when television was worth watching! I'm so glad for DVD's!


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