Lawman (1958–1962)
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Fugitive 

Casey, a fugitive from the law, jeopardizes the life of his wife and young son. When the wife feels that what's best is to abandon him, Troop and Lily become involved as the boy won't talk and a new man is in town looking for somebody.

Director:

Marc Lawrence

Writers:

John Downing (story), Ric Hardman (teleplay) (as Bronson Howitzer)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Russell ... Marshal Dan Troop
Peter Brown ... Deputy Johnny McKay
Peggie Castle ... Lily Merrill
Catherine McLeod ... Meg Cormack
Keith Richards ... Casey Cormack
Dorothy Konrad Dorothy Konrad ... Mrs. Fields
Baynes Barron ... Carver
Michael Davis ... Joey Cormack
Dan Sheridan Dan Sheridan ... Jake Summers
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Storyline

Wounded Casey Cormack,trying to escape the law and partner Carver, returns to his wife and son telling her to take Joey and meet him later at an old rendezvous. Meg and Joey stop in Laramie at Mrs. Fields general store for supplies. Meg notices Mrs. Fields keen interest in kids and Joey and decides to leave Joey with Mrs. Fields without saying anything. A hurt Joey refuses to talk to prevent his father's capture. Carver recognizes Joey and tells Troop his father is wanted. After learning what Meg did, Casey decides they will return to Laramie to for Joey. While Meg gets Joey, Carver sees Casey and tries to capture/kill him but Joey bites Carver's hand. Mrs. Fields captures Carver but Casey takes Troop hostage. However, Troop convinces Casey to return and stand trial. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 1961 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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