The Second Hundred Years: Season 1, Episode 8

Just Pay the Two Dollars (1 Nov. 1967)

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Luke is arrested for robbery and has to prove his innocence.

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Luke / Ken Carpenter
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J.D. Roscoe
Robert Emhardt ...
Judge Von Borman
Peter Leeds ...
1st Cop
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Irving
James McCallion ...
Sergeant
Bill McLean ...
Drunk
Dorothy Neumann ...
Old Lady
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2nd Cop
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Judge
Ben Wright ...
Packard
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Luke is arrested for robbery and has to prove his innocence.

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The title is based on an old expression 'Pay the two dollars!' which is a reference to a Depression-era Willie Howard vaudeville sketch written by Billy K. Wells. A man is in court to pay a $2 fine for spitting on the subway, but his lawyer insists on fighting the case. As the lawyer incurs greater and greater sentences, his defendant keeps pleading, "Pay the two dollars!" See more »

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