Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 9

The Gibbet (26 Nov. 1959)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Sam Buckhart must work as a Marshal for a town after the People's Committee hangs one of Zeb Derkson's men. Zeb Derkson is the leader of a gang who's making the town a haven for outlaws. ... See full summary »

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Dayton Lummis ...
Gina Gillespie ...
Tess
Robert F. Simon ...
Frank Keller
Mort Mills ...
Zeb Derkson
George Mitchell ...
Aaron
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Dr. Palmer (as William Erwin)
Walter Burke ...
Mr. Smith
Dee Pollock ...
Nate
Patrick Riley ...
Curley
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Sam Buckhart must work as a Marshal for a town after the People's Committee hangs one of Zeb Derkson's men. Zeb Derkson is the leader of a gang who's making the town a haven for outlaws. Buckhart becomes suspicious of Derkson after one of the People's Committee members is murdered. Written by Michelle

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Mr. Smith: I figure you could use a friend. I mean, you might need someone to bury you if you know what I mean.
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Sam Buckhart
28 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Sam is sent to a neighboring town where the sheriff had died. There is a group taking the law in their own hands, and there seem to be a sort of war among two groups of people developing. Sam wants to make sure he gets to the truth.

Imagining that the west was pretty rough back in the nineteenth century and men really did have to take law in their own hands is a scary thing. Sam's mission turned out okay, but sadly in real life I'm sure just as many good guys died as bad.

This was another episode with his semi-adopted daughter, Tess. She soon drops out of the picture, which is pretty sad. I think her presence added a small amount of sweetness to the show...


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