Lawman: Season 3, Episode 2

The Go-Between (25 Sep. 1960)

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The Reese gang, known to kill their victims, has kidnapped Lily for money. When Johnny is taken too, it's all Troop can do to not form a posse as he's given 48 hours to await further instructions or she will never be seen again.



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Episode cast overview:
Paul Comi ...
Cole Reese
Tom Gilson ...
Larry J. Blake ...
Jennings (as Larry Blake)
Lane Bradford ...
Link Barker
Charles Fredericks ...
Kelly - Bartender
Gary Conway ...
Sam Carter


Three men kidnap Lily and Johnny after the Birdcage closes. Both are blindfolded and hauled to a farmstead where Johnny is tied up and recovering from the blow he suffered. Lily tends to Johnny while they wait. The men left Troop a note to wait 48 hours for orders or Lily will be killed. Troop is forced to wait while wanting to go after them. Johnny is brought to town with a note giving Troop instructions to take Lily's money out of the bank and have the stagecoach drop it off at a flag. Meanwhile, Troop has Johnny recall events he heard, smelled, or felt to decide where to look for Lily reaching her as the man with the money returns. Written by Anonymous

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25 September 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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After Johnny is injured and returned to town, this is one of the few times Dan calls Johnny by his name instead of "boy". See more »

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