The Lone Wolf: Season 1, Episode 12

Skid Row (2 Jul. 1954)

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Lanyard goes to skid row after receiving a phone call from an old friend Father Picard. The priest believes a man on death row is actually innocent, and even though time is short, Picard hopes Lanyard can prove the man's innocence.

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Margaret Field ...
Mary
Peter Brocco ...
Fingers
Eugene Borden ...
Father Picard
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Johnny Fr'Instance
Syd Saylor ...
Delmar Montague
Fred Coby ...
Dan MaGee
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Lanyard goes to skid row after receiving a phone call from an old friend Father Picard. The priest believes a man on death row is actually innocent, and even though time is short, Picard hopes Lanyard can prove the man's innocence.

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"Skid Row"
7 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Michael Lanyard aka The Lone Wolf is called upon by old friend Father Picard (Eugene Borden) to prove the innocence and save a former "Skid Row" resident Dan Magee (Fred Coby) from execution, which is only a few hours away. Lanyard enlists help from the "Mayor of Skid Row" Johnny Fr'Instance (Johnny Silver) whom he meets at a local café. The Mayor and the cafés's barkeep/waiter (Syd Saylor) points him to a woman named Mary. Enter the condemned man's former gal Mary (played rather well by Sally Field's real life Mother, Margaret Field) and her new beau, the nasty bad guy "Fingers" (Peter Brocco) an abusive skid row veteran and Lanyard has his hands full. Gritty street filming with several social references written in add realism.


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