Riverboat (1959–1961)
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No Bridge on the River 

On a dark and stormy night, the Enterprise smashes into a recently built railroad bridge that spans the Mississippi River. Grey Holden and Bill Blake sue the railroad company for damages ... See full summary »

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Bill Blake (as Noah Beery)
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Ferdinand Maret
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Marie Maret (as Pat Michon)
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Jim Bledsoe
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Grimes
Tyler McVey ...
Judge
Mike Ragan ...
Replaced (credit only)
Charles Fredericks ...
Riverman on Dock (as Charles E. Fredericks)
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Court Reporter
Gil Rogers ...
Boy on Railroad Bridge
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On a dark and stormy night, the Enterprise smashes into a recently built railroad bridge that spans the Mississippi River. Grey Holden and Bill Blake sue the railroad company for damages but must best a long-legged legal beanpole named Abraham Lincoln in court before they can repair their riverboat. Written by David Bassler

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Adventure | Western

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1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[referring to Abraham Lincoln's speech]
Ferdinand Maret: He has given us our case, Captain! He has given us all we need. I can taste the victory! I can taste it!
Captain Grey Holden: Yeah? Yeah, whose? His or ours?
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