Trackdown: Season 2, Episode 19

Bad Judgment (28 Jan. 1959)

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Rafe Borden is trying to frighten Charley Wagner and his family so he will not testify at the trial tomorrow against Rafe's brother Lute who would be hanged if convicted of murder. Sheriff ... See full summary »

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King Calder ...
Sheriff Whittaker
Lee Farr ...
Charley Wagner
Jean Howell ...
Greta Wagner
Mort Mills ...
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Lute Borden
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Rafe Borden is trying to frighten Charley Wagner and his family so he will not testify at the trial tomorrow against Rafe's brother Lute who would be hanged if convicted of murder. Sheriff Whittaker asks Hoby if he can do something to help. Written by Barry Koopersmith

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Lute Borden: Cut you a high card at five dollars.
Hoby Gilman: What for? If you won, you wouldn't have any place to spend it.
Lute Borden: Well, I bet you this time tomorrow I'll be at a bar with a pretty girl on each arm.
Hoby Gilman: You are, and I'll buy the drinks.
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Sometimes you gotta do it
5 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lute Borden is accused of killing Amos Judd. There's only one person who saw him do it, a family man with a wife and two small children. Lute has a brother, Rafe, who tries to scare Charley Wagner out of testifying by threatening not him, but his family. That's where Hoby Gilman steps in. He's supposed to try and protect the family, and he does.

The ending was so characteristic of Hoby! He looks quite shaken with the fact that he had to kill a man to protect the family. He wasn't going to let this man walk away, we know that. Hoby is a good man full of integrity, but when it comes to women and children, he finds that sometimes he has that sometimes things are gray, not black and white!


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