Zane Grey Theater: Season 1, Episode 15

No Man Living (11 Jan. 1957)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Frank Lovejoy ...
Jim Todd
Margaret Hayes ...
Susan Ramsey (as Maggie Hayes)
Judson Pratt ...
Clay Ramsey
Russ Conway ...
Marshal Andy Barrow
Peter Whitney ...
James Anderson ...
William Newell ...
Sam Evans
Himself - Host


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11 January 1957 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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How Do You Prove A Man Is A Killer?
14 November 2010 | by (Lockport, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

"Jim Todd" (Frank Lovejoy) is convinced he has the right man even though everyone denies it. Todd has been on a two-year mission to arrest (and kill, if necessary) those responsible for an armed robbery that killed his wife. He even resigned his badge as a lawman, and he hasn't forgotten the men responsible for killing his beloved "Eva."

The last one on Todd's list is "Will ." That guy, now sans beard, has been known in his new town as "Clay Ramsay,'' a very respectable man everyone likes. Ramsay (Judson Pratt) claims he isn't who this guy says and his wife and town friends - including the sheriff - aren't about to give him up to some apparent hot-headed ex-lawman bent on revenge

Fairly early on we find out Todd is right on the money but how does he prove that this man Ramsey is really the man who killed is wife? That's the dilemma, along with a few other things, that should keep you interesting in viewing this episode.

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