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Trial of the Canary Kid 

Tom's Aunt Nancy begs him to defend his cousin---Abram Thomas, aka The Canary Kid, who's been charged with murder. Tom is reluctant, considering his past experiences with the Canary, until ... See full summary »

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Will Hutchins ...
Tom Brewster / The Canary Kid
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Nancy Thomas
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Patricia 'Brimstone' Hoyt
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Arkansas (as Donald Barry)
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Edgar Hoyt
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Sheriff
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Prosecutor Lee
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Judge Mason
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Christopher Colt
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Bronco Layne
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Deputy Johnny McKay
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Doc Holliday
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Tom's Aunt Nancy begs him to defend his cousin---Abram Thomas, aka The Canary Kid, who's been charged with murder. Tom is reluctant, considering his past experiences with the Canary, until Aunt Nancy tells him that Canary's gang is holding a judge hostage and threatening to kill him if their leader isn't freed. Tom agrees to defend Canary, despite the judge's bias---and Canary's further shenanigans. Written by rbecker28

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Western

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15 September 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Warner Brothers loved doing crossovers between their shows. In addition to Hutchins, also appearing where Ty Hardin from Bronco (1958), Peter Brown from Lawman (1958), and Wayde Preston from Colt .45 (1957). This was second only to the "Hadley's Hunters" episode of Maverick (1957) for most crossovers at one time. See more »

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