A convict seeks forgiveness from those he did wrong. He contacts Walker and tells him that the person who killed Walker's parents is still alive. Walker tracks down the killer to have him finally get his punishment in court.

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James Trivette (as Clarence Gilyard)
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Laurie Jamison
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Lamar
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A convict seeks forgiveness from those he did wrong. He contacts Walker and tells him that the person who killed Walker's parents is still alive. Walker tracks down the killer to have him finally get his punishment in court.

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Connections

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What Just Rode In
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Written by Geoff Koch / Randall Crissman / Kellie Coffey
Performed by Kellie Coffey
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Rich Man Poor Man
11 October 2015 | by (Ireeland) – See all my reviews

Anyone who saw 'Rich Man Poor Man' can tell you William Smith is an amazing actor his fight with Rod Taylor in 'Darker Than Amber' is arguably one of the best in cinema He stole scenes in Clint Eastwood sequel 'Any Which Way You Can' he played the bad guy in 'Boss Nig-er' a cult western with Fred Williamson Since then he has popped up every now and again in movies with actors like Kurt Russell (The Mean Season) and Gary Busey (Eye Of The Tiger) he played the devil in 'God Has A Rap Sheet' one of the strangest films ever made (it's worth seeking out) now i'm not a huge fan of Walker Texas Ranger but to see Falconetti play a sorta country western Hannibal Lecter was ridiculously entertaining


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