Amy Schroeder is convicted of killing her husband and sentenced to die. Jericho comes to the condemned woman, supposedly about buying her land. Then he reveals himself-as an agent for the Attorney-General.

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Jericho - Federal Agent
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Amy Schroeder
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Deputy Chuck Wagner
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Attorney General
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Paris
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Judge Parker
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Dooley Schroeder
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Pitchman
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Amy Schroeder is convicted of killing her husband and sentenced to die. Jericho comes to the condemned woman, supposedly about buying her land. Then he reveals himself-as an agent for the Attorney-General.

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18 May 1961 (USA)  »

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A job of detecting
26 August 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Guy Madison who was television's Wild Bill Hickok stars in this Zane Grey Theater production where he once again plays a western marshal. But he's got a job of detecting to do instead. There's a hanging been ordered by the famous judge Isaac Parker played here by John Hoyt and it's a woman, Beverly Garland.

He's under a no violence order by Attorney General Les Tremayne to delay the hanging until the Supreme Court which has a case before which might grant a right of appeal in capital cases.

Tremayne's instincts prove correct. Garland is of course innocent though I will not reveal what exactly did happen. She was accused of killing the man she was keeping company with George Wallace.

Madison's efforts are not helped by Deputy Marshal Claude Akins who has a temper and pulls a cork as often as Rooster Cogburn.

This one deserved a longer time period to get the characters and story on firmer ground. Still the ensemble cast does put this over as best they could in the limited time.


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