Whispering Smith (1961– )
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The Mortal Coil 

Approved | | Western | Episode aired 24 July 1961
Smith suspects an influential businessman of murdering his brother when he announces he has an iron-clad alibi without being asked. Over the objections of Police Chief Richards, Smith ... See full summary »

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(as Willard Willingham),

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Tom 'Whispering' Smith
... George Romack
Sam Buffington ... John Richards
... Claude Denton (as John Berardino)
... Sarah Denton
... Rex Denton / J. Burton Hamilton
... Mayor Dan Adams
... Clay Goodnight
Willard W. Willingham ... Billy Wilson (as Willard Willingham)
Cecil Elliott ... Hannah
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Smith suspects an influential businessman of murdering his brother when he announces he has an iron-clad alibi without being asked. Over the objections of Police Chief Richards, Smith focuses his investigation on proving that the grieving relative was not in bed in Leadville at the time of the murder in Denver. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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Approved
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24 July 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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John Richards: You're as stubborn as a mule, aren't you?
Whispering Smith: I don't mean to be, Chief, but Claude Denton did benefit by his brother's death and he did come up with that big alibi unasked and he did have a key to that house.
John Richards: And he was in Leadville at the time of the murder! Smitty, he's got an air-tight alibi. At least a dozen people in Leadville saw him have his supper, go up to his room and come down for breakfast the next morning.
Whispering Smith: Yeah - and come down to breakfast ten hours later.
John Richards: Are you trying to tell me ...
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Camptown Races
(uncredited) (excerpt)
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Guy Mitchell
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