Bonner intercedes in a delicate family situation when a wandering gambler returns to reconcile with the young son he abandoned eight years earlier. The boy believes his daddy is dead, and Bonner believes it's best to keep it that way.

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Rafe Marlowe
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Amy Neilsen
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Cal Jason
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Ted Marlowe
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Sam Goss
Jack Lomas ...
French, Poker Player
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Bonner intercedes in a delicate family situation when a wandering gambler returns to reconcile with the young son he abandoned eight years earlier. The boy believes his daddy is dead, and Bonner believes it's best to keep it that way.

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9 December 1957 (USA)  »

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Vint Bonner: [Discussing Ted's idolizing of Marlowe] Kids got the longest memories. Even after you'd gone, he'd still want to be like you.
Rare Marlow: Well, he can't! I want my son to do better than a gambling tramp like me!
[Throws his whiskey glass to the floor, where it shatters]
Vint Bonner: Nobody's got any use for broken glass. Same thing is true of broken idols.
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The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)
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Written by Melvyn Lenard, Dave Kahn and Mort Greene
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