State Trooper: Season 1, Episode 15

Coate of Many Colors (13 Feb. 1957)

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Blake's murder investigation reveals that the victim lived a double-life - that of a ordinary cowhand and a famous artist.

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Rod Cameron ...
Lt. Rod Blake
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Betty Lavon
Cliff Ferre ...
Lloyd Hersh (as Clifford Ferre)
Walter Kingsford ...
Mr. Darnell
Jonathan Hole ...
Art Dealer
Jim Hayward ...
Tex
Alexander Campbell ...
Sheriff Logan (as Alex Campbell)
Bud Osborne ...
Elmer F. Rodin
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Blake's murder investigation reveals that the victim lived a double-life - that of a ordinary cowhand and a famous artist.

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13 February 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Rod Blake: Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. You know, if you live in one of the large cities, you probably think of the cowboy as a vanishing American or an entertainer who works in rodeos and Wild West shows. Actually, there are more working cowboys in the Western states than ever before. As long as the world eats beef, they'll be needed. Nothing much has changed in the life of the cowpoke - still rides fence lines, rounds up the strays, freezes in ...
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