The Virginian: Season 2, Episode 9

Run Quiet (13 Nov. 1963)

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Steve helps a deaf mute who was once jailed for fighting. With Steve's help he learns to fit in at Shiloh but when two men kill a gambler and he is seen with the body, everyone assumes the worst. He finds a second friend in a lonely woman.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Judge Henry Garth (credit only)
Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ...
Roberta Shore ...
Gail Kobe ...
Ruth Ferris
Ross Elliott ...
Dugan (as Donald Barry)
Lew Gallo ...
Stacy Harris ...
Harry Clark
Jan Arvan ...
William Boyett ...


A barefoot dirty deaf mute, Jud, walks into Medicine Bow looking for payment for work done for freighters. When they refuse to pay, he starts a fight which the sheriff stops but he cannot help Jud. Steve sees the situation and uses his control of Shiloh freight business to force the freighter to pay Jud. He takes Jud under his wing and persuades The Virginian to hire Jud even though they learn by word and his actions that Jud has a violent temper leading to severe fights. Over time Jud's personality calms. He spends an evening in Medicine Bow playing poker with a professional gambler. After the game two men rob the gambler to recoup their losses and more. Jud runs into them at the scene and when seen by others is thought to have committed the crime. He tells Steve that others did it and escapes jail taking refuge with a lonely woman on her ranch who comes to trust Jud. Steve goes on the trail of the men he suspects that were working as hands on a trail drive. He runs into Jud and ... Written by Anonymous

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Good chemistry
13 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Director Herschel Daugherty utilizes the friendly chemistry between Gary Clarke's Steve and Clu Gulager's downtrodden deaf mute Jud in a simple, affecting story that shines a positive light on the disabled. Although Steve offers Jud a helping hand out of pity, he soon notices what others don't bother to see, that Jud is a man of intelligence and character who needs opportunity more than pity. Jud flourishes at Shiloh, and his growing confidence helps him cope with the adversity that keeps coming his way. The teamwork of Clarke and Gulager leaves the viewer wanting more, but Gulager joined the cast of regulars as deputy Emmett Ryker in season three just as Clarke was leaving it.

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