Violet and Silver come back to town. Later they go to the Sheriff's office and claim that Dixon struck her. Dixon denies seeing her. Ralph believes him as does Catherine but she wants to go by the book so she investigates and discovers evidence that Dixon was at the hotel where Violet's staying when she was supposedly beaten. Savino discovers one of his guests died. And tries to keep the death under wraps. He later learns that the dead man may have stolen something from a whale. Something of great sentimental value and irreplaceable so he tries to find it. Written by
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An outdoor scene depicts a "Standard" sign, using the oval-and-torch logo of Standard Oil of Indiana (now Amoco). Standard Oil of Indiana did not have trademark rights to the "Standard" name in the state of Nevada; Standard Oil of California (now Chevron) had exclusive rights to the Standard name in that state. See more
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