Matlock: Season 9, Episode 7

The Confession (1 Dec. 1994)

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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Duke Ernsberger ...
Earl McCutcheon
Cheryl Haas ...
Brenda Chaney
Philip Chaney
Eliott Keener ...
Det. Jake Van Owen
Rebecca Koon ...
Mrs. Susan Kellogg
Mitchell Laurance ...
Assistant D.A.
Lee Lively ...
Judge Caldwell
Norman Max Maxwell ...
Clarence Ryder (as Norman 'Max' Maxwell)
Pete Prehn ...
Julie March


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Crime | Drama | Mystery




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Another great episode of Madlock
22 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here we have a revisit of sorts with Julie coming back and wanting to know if Ben loves her before she marries another. She also returns to undue a conviction that was tainted by Police Detective Van Owen in the investigation of a hit and run death. Ben once again gets rolling on the case and starts to unravel the cover up of a murder. It's classic Andy Griffith when he gets Mr. Chaney on the stand questioning why he killed his wife which was to stop her from going to the police to say they were involved in the hit and run. The details are always interested in listening to as Madlock pins down the who the real murderer was. The episode reruns on Hallmark, so I won't ruin the ending for you.

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