Lawman (1958–1962)
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Hassayampa Edwards says he is for temperance and feels The Birdcage should be closed. But Lily has something she would like to say about that and it may not be what the ladies of the town want to hear.

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Marshal Dan Troop
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Deputy Johnny McKay
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Lily Merrill
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Hassayampa Edwards
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Clyde Morton (as George Wallace)
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Dusty McCade (as Donald Barry)
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Jake Summers
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Judge Trager
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Woman
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Bouncer #1
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Bouncer #2
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Hassayampa Edwards arrives in Laramie pushing the virtues of temperance and the desire to close the Birdcage. When he is arrested for destroying Birdcage property and fined, the women of Laramie pay the fine. He tells Lily he works for John Smith of the Saints of Temperance and he has closed several evil saloons. Business at the Birdcage dies due to the ruckus. Two men offer to buy the Birdcage and destroy the furnishings in a skirmish with two bouncers hired by Jake. Lily researches John Smith and learns he bought the closed saloons and reopened them. Lily confronts Edwards with the information in front of the Laramie women. John Smith turns out to be one of the men who wanted to buy Lily out. They and the bouncers who work for them are arrested. At a tea party thrown by Lily for the women, she discovers Edwards drinks. Written by Anonymous

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12 February 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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When Hassayampa first goes into the Birdcage and jumps over the bar, he smashes the same bottles on the counter behind the bar twice- they reappear in the following scene after being smashed the first time. See more »

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