The Tall Man: Season 2, Episode 38

Phoebe (26 May 1962)

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When a vengeful father sees Billy Bonney with a necklace that belonged to his runaway daughter, he accuses the gunslinger of murdering the teenager. Billy had received the jewelry as a gift... See full summary »

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Cyrus Canfield
Floy Dean ...
Phoebe Canfield (as Floy Dean Smith)
Cyril Delevanti ...
Summers
Jon Lormer ...
Medford (as John Lormer)
Eve McVeagh ...
Lily Varnell
Rusty Lane ...
Trager
Lorna Thayer ...
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Clegg Hoyt ...
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When a vengeful father sees Billy Bonney with a necklace that belonged to his runaway daughter, he accuses the gunslinger of murdering the teenager. Billy had received the jewelry as a gift from the young woman for treating her wounds when she was injured in a rockslide, but now he must find the girl to prove himself innocent. If he does find the girl, her father plans to beat her within an inch of her life for being disobedient. Written by David Bassler

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Cyrus Canfield: Did you ever see a bad seed grow, Mr. Garrett? Beautiful flower, something wrong with it. Destined for a violent end, even from the time of its birth.
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