Yancy Derringer: Season 1, Episode 4

An Ace Called Spade (30 Oct. 1958)

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When a tombstone & funeral wreath are delivered to Administrator Colton, Yancy has 24 hours to prevent Colton's being killed by the South's ace duelist, Spade Stuart. Colton's in an ... See full summary »

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Jock Mahoney ...
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X Brands ...
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Spade Stuart
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Lavinia Lake
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Miss Mandarin
Clarke Gordon ...
Crane
Larry J. Blake ...
Jailer (as Larry Blake)
Sandy Kenyon ...
Willy Nilly
Ann Codee ...
Madame Marie
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When a tombstone & funeral wreath are delivered to Administrator Colton, Yancy has 24 hours to prevent Colton's being killed by the South's ace duelist, Spade Stuart. Colton's in an especially vulnerable situation, because he's absorbed with impressing a beautiful visitor from Boston, who's a friend of his sister. Written by David Stevens

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Lavinia Lake: One thousand, fifteen hundred, two thousand. I believe that was the amount agreed upon.
Crane: Exactly.
Spade Stuart: If I had known such a pretty soul required my services, I would have donated them for nothing, ah, for at least the pleasure of your company.
Crane: This time we'll do it for money.
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