"Man of Peace" is an episode of The Deputy starring Henry Fonda, Allen Case, and Betty Lou Keim. When two wagons full of repeating rifles are stolen by an Apache raiding party, Marshal Fry decides that the problem is more than his small staff can handle and sends for the Army. Clay is ... See full summary »

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... Chief Marshal Simon Fry
... Clay McCord
Betty Lou Keim ... Fran McCord
... Isbel
Arthur Kendall ... Mordecai
... Micah
... Chief Magnus
Dennis Cross ... Chiva
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When two wagons full of repeating rifles are stolen by an Apache raiding party, Marshal Fry decides that the problem is more than his small staff can handle and sends for the Army. Clay is convinced that the Apaches must have a reason to steal the rifles and is determined to resolve the issue peaceably before the soldiers can arrive and possible start another Indian war. Written by David Bassler

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19 December 1959 (USA)  »

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[Clay argues that an unarmed peace commission would have a better chance of success than a regiment of soldiers storming the Apache camp]
Marshal Simon Fry: You don't walk into a place like that unarmed, Clay.
Clay McCord: Why not? Chief Mangus speaks English. It might be interesting to find out what a man can do up there unarmed.
Marshal Simon Fry: It might be fatal, too.
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