The Virginian: Season 9, Episode 24

Jump-Up (24 Mar. 1971)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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After stopping in the town of Jump-Up to see an old girlfriend, Tate is cheated in a card game by a gambler, and then framed by town boss John Timothy Driscoll and his son for killing the man, and forced into a hard labor camp.

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Tom Fuller
Madlyn Rhue ...
Frankie Grace
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John Timothy Driscoll
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Mary Beth Stanton
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Mapes
Tony Young ...
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George Mitchell ...
Howard Stanton
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Joseph V. Perry ...
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After stopping in the town of Jump-Up to see an old girlfriend, Tate is cheated in a card game by a gambler, and then framed by town boss John Timothy Driscoll and his son for killing the man, and forced into a hard labor camp.

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Hard Labour
26 June 2011 | by (Roseworthy, South Australia) – See all my reviews

Roy Tate dons a new suit dressing up for a trip to a town where he is having time off and also to hopefully meet an old flame is she is still working there.

While there he plays cards with a slippery fingered con-artist who has tried to get the saloon owner John Driscoll to go shares in his gambling venture stating he can't lose.

Tate wins a round but when he tries to collect the pot he is accused of having cards up his sleeve and, to prove this, slippery fingers pulls a card out of Tates clothing.

When Tate says he wants to get the card shark for lying, and betting crook, there is an opportunity for Driscoll frame Tate for the killing of the slippery fingered con artist.


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