Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 2

Full Circle (8 Oct. 1959)

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Sam travels to Clay Junction looking for an outlaw named Pete Falon. When he gets there, he meets a Sheriff who no longer has a good gun hand and a deputy who's been threatened by the gang ... See full summary »

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Sheriff Max Chaffee
Gail Kobe ...
Nora Chaffee
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Frank Anderson
Joel Ashley ...
Calhoun
Joseph V. Perry ...
Egan (as Joe Perry)
John Collier ...
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Sam travels to Clay Junction looking for an outlaw named Pete Falon. When he gets there, he meets a Sheriff who no longer has a good gun hand and a deputy who's been threatened by the gang he had recently broken away from. Sam also finds the wanted man he's looking for. Written by Michelle

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Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart: Goes against the grain sometimes. Catching men who make mistakes, trying to start again.
Sheriff Max Chaffee: Is that what they taught you in that Eastern school you went to?
Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart: I learned to try to understand something about men.
Sheriff Max Chaffee: Wearing that star on your shirt doesn't allow for such sentiment, Mr. Buckhart. If the business hurts, take it off. Manhunting is a sorry game. Often a bitter one.
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He's a man
28 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I wonder how it would really work if they had an Apache Indian for a Marshal back then. Would they really get the respect Sam was given? Not once through this entire episode was Sam referred to as an Indian, yet in this time of history, Indians were seen as heathens and less then men. Throughout the whole entire episode, Sam was called a man. Even the outlaws when they faced him called Sam a man. Not once was his race brought up.

As far as the story goes, this was another excellent episode. Outlaws can turn good, and when they do they deserve a break. I think it was obvious to Sam that the Sheriff was indeed Pete Falon from the very beginning. Why didn't he call him on it then? And the ending was nothing but...WOW...I love Sam.


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