"Company Town" is an episode of Cade's County starring Glenn Ford, Edgar Buchanan, and Taylor Lacher. Sheriff Cade searches for a bail-jumper in a tightly-knit mining town in the county's outskirts. He runs into a wall of silence about the man from residents fearful of the town boss, and ... See full summary »

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... Sam Cade
... J.J. Jackson
Taylor Lacher ... Arlo Pritchard
Peter Ford ... Pete
... Hurley Gaines
Flora Plumb ... Luanne Kingman
... Jimmie-John Kingman
Dick Peabody ... Junior Quarle (as Richard Peabody)
Raymond Guth ... Ansel Day
... Dr. Gregg
... Maybelle
... Lon
Sandra Ego ... Joannie Little Bird
... Howard Kingman
... Jenny Gregg
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Sheriff Cade searches for a bail-jumper in a tightly-knit mining town in the county's outskirts. He runs into a wall of silence about the man from residents fearful of the town boss, and unwilling to risk the loss of the mine despite its hazardous working conditions. Written by rbecker28

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26 September 1971 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Strong episode
17 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

One again, I know I repeat myself, this episode begins very well, in an exciting manner. It would look like an INVADERS opening sequence. You really don't know what is it about. In a sort of old western town, a man is almost lynched by a mysterious mob, a silent mob, all worn in black clothes and helmets, actually like coal miners. Creepy and weird at the most. Thrilling. You seem brought into the TWILIGHT ZONE atmosphere. Of course, the rest of the story is more normal. Nothing eerie any more. Everything is here rational, the usual search for a missing man, the man we saw in the opening scene. It remains a good story, solid script. Directed by an English director - Bob Day - who finished his career for the US TV industry. A efficient yes man film maker; no soul but always good piece of work.


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