Law of the Plainsman: Season 1, Episode 11

The Innocents (10 Dec. 1959)

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Sam is asked to help a man who's been accused of cold-blooded murder. When a lynching mob gets out of control, Sam decides to transport the prisoner to Albuquerque to stand trial and his wife goes along.

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Gina Gillespie ...
Tess
Dayton Lummis ...
Olive Carey ...
Martha
Clancy Cooper ...
Cully
John Newton ...
Barney
Carter DeHaven ...
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Ross Drake
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Sam is asked to help a man who's been accused of cold-blooded murder. When a lynching mob gets out of control, Sam decides to transport the prisoner to Albuquerque to stand trial and his wife goes along.

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Tess: Tess: I told her I want to be an actress when I grow up. But now, I'm not sure. I think I'll grow up. And then I'll make up my mind.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart: Sam: You'll have a lot of time to make up your mind while you're growing up, Tess. But because you're a woman, you'll always have the privilege of changing it.
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That surprised me!
2 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I REALLY REALLY thought he was innocent! I guess you can't tell about some people. Okay, this was interesting. When I was reading the credits and saw that Robert Vaughn was in this one as well, I thought "It's too soon! He was just in the last episode." But it worked out BEAUTIFULLY!!!

Robert Vaughn looked like a totally different person, and the character's personality was completely different so it worked very well! I honestly felt they were two entirely different people.

I think Sam forgot that he was the deputy marshal and was responsible for Ross. He should have never let Connie get close to that rifle! He was usually so careful, but I reckon he got comfortable after seeing their sincerity the night before.

Another GREAT episode. I am totally loving this series.


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