The Tall Man: Season 2, Episode 32

Trial by Fury (14 Apr. 1962)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Billy receives a letter from an old prospector whom he staked to a month's digging money stating he might have found a lost Spanish mine near San Miguel, a ghost town in southern New Mexico... See full summary »

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Barbara Lawrence ...
Sadie Wren
Robert Emhardt ...
Judge Oliver Cromwell
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James Cutter
Fuzzy Knight ...
Johnny Red
Charles Horvath ...
Horace
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Billy receives a letter from an old prospector whom he staked to a month's digging money stating he might have found a lost Spanish mine near San Miguel, a ghost town in southern New Mexico. Along the way he meets two other investors who received an identical letter. Instead of finding an old friend, the trio meet a judge bent on correcting the supposed errors of juries that found the three defendants innocent in murder trials the jurist presided over. Convinced of their guilt, the judge demands a reckoning. Written by David Bassler

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14 April 1962 (USA)  »

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[Billy received a map to a gold claim from a prospector to whom he loaned money]
Pat Garrett: Johnny Red? He's been digging up there for thirty years. You don't really think...
William Bonney: Think that he finally hit it? Listen, Patrick, why would Johnny send me a map tellin' me to meet him at San Miguel?
Pat Garrett: But that town has been abandoned for nearly ten years.
William Bonney: That's right, Patrick, it has - and that's what makes it sound interestin' to me. You see the story goes that there's an old Spanish mine up there somewhere and it ...
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