Walker, Texas Ranger (1993–2001)
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Texas vs. Cahill 

Alex wakes up in the morning and finds a gun in her hand and a dead man beside her. Realizing she was framed, the Rangers investigate. Alex's father comes to town to defend her.

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Cordell Walker
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James Trivette (as Clarence Gilyard)
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C.D. Parker
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Alex Cahill
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Gordon Cahill
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D.A. Mark Clark
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Tony Seville
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Lane Tillman
Alissa Alban ...
Mollie Seville
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Reporter #2
Richard Dillard ...
Judge Woodruff
Sheila Gordon ...
Jolene 'J.D.' Dixon
Kevin Howard ...
Gabriel Collins
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Alfre Grimes (as Silvia Moore)
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Alex wakes up in the morning and finds a gun in her hand and a dead man beside her. Realizing she was framed, the Rangers investigate. Alex's father comes to town to defend her.

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Taylor Made
26 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

An episode worth watching to see big screen legend Rod Taylor appearing again as Alex Cahill's Father, Gordon, a lawyer and reformed alcoholic, returning to defend his daughter from a murder charge, and having self doubts as to whether he's up to it! Rod would have been 67 when he did this, but can still play the tough guy who pulls no punches, but you tend to forget that he was also a fine actor, who could lend class and charisma to any role he played, and this is no exception. Mr Taylor lived another 18 years, passing away at age 85.


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