Yancy is arrested on a charge of high treason. His crime: selling John Wilkes Booth the gun that killed President Abraham Lincoln. While Derringer is held in solitary confinement, his ... See full summary »

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Senator Tyson Yardley
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Captain Amos Fry (as Robert McCord III)
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Yancy is arrested on a charge of high treason. His crime: selling John Wilkes Booth the gun that killed President Abraham Lincoln. While Derringer is held in solitary confinement, his friends must refute forged evidence and find where the his matched set of pistols, the ones alleged purchased by Booth, were hidden when renegades ransacked his plantation during the Civil War. Written by David Bassler

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19 March 1959 (USA)  »

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[last lines]
John Colton: But how did you know?
Yancey Derringer: His voice.
John Colton: Just that?
Yancey Derringer: Mr. Colton, when you're behind enemy lines meeting a spy in the dark, one thing that you never forget is his voice.
John Colton: I don't think he'll forget yours, either.
Madame Francine: Gentlemen, the drinks are on me.
John Colton: Captain Fry, get that man to a hospital - a military hospital.
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