Lux Video Theatre: Season 5, Episode 26

The Copperhead (17 Feb. 1955)

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Milt Shanks lives a shamed life, hated by his neighbors for having been a traitor to the North in the American Civil War. But Shanks carries with him a secret, one he promised Abraham Lincoln to tell no one.

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Episode credited cast:
Ken Carpenter ...
Himself - Announcer
Mason Alan Dinehart ...
Joey (as Alan Dinehart III)
Betty Field ...
Martha Shanks / Madeline
Richard Garland ...
Hardy as a Young Man
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Helen Kleeb ...
Mrs. Manning
John Lupton ...
Philip Manning
Patrick Miller ...
Gillespie as a Young Man
Ralph Moody ...
Gillespie as Old Man
George Pal ...
Lux Video Theatre Guest
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Sam Carter
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Len Tollard
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The Rev. Andrews
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Milt Shanks lives a shamed life, hated by his neighbors for having been a traitor to the North in the American Civil War. But Shanks carries with him a secret, one he promised Abraham Lincoln to tell no one.

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