Zane Grey Theater (1956–1961)
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Until the Man Dies 

Clint Belmet stops a lynching. He wants to prove that Nevada is a place of law and order and worthy of statehood. But is it worth the cost?

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John English
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Episode complete credited cast:
John Payne ... Clint Belmet
Carolyn Jones ... Ella Clanton
Stuart Whitman ... Dave Jordan
James Seay ... Mark Clanton
Steve Darrell ... Jess Kipple
Dick Rich Dick Rich ... Wade Powers
Stuart Randall ... Ed Bentley
Gregg Barton ... Roy Boggs
Dick Powell ... Himself--Host
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Clint Belmet stops a lynching. He wants to prove that Nevada is a place of law and order and worthy of statehood. But is it worth the cost?

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Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 January 1957 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Three Stars Keep It Interesting
4 November 2010 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Three well-known actors star in this 1957 episode of "Zane Grey Theater" but only one is mentioned in the opening by host Dick Powell: John Payne. I guess the other two, Carolyn Jones and Stuart Whitman, weren't big names yet when this was filmed.

Payne plays "Clint Belmet;" Jones, of TV's "The Addams Family" fame, plays "Ella Clanton,"and Whitman is "Dave Jordan."

This episode starts off strong, goes into a soap opera lull for a short while, and then finishes strong again with a really astonishing twist near the end. Jones looked really appealing, but that's no surprise. Payne and Whitman were excellent as good and bad guys, respectively.

Note: Gee, I just read in her bio here on IMDb that Jones died at the age of 53 of colon cancer. What a shame. It sounds like she endured a lot of physical and mental pain her lifetime. Being a movie or TV star doesn't guarantee a great life.


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