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The Vote 

A man and a woman came to Porter bringing with them the idea of "Give Women the Vote".


Don McDougall (as Donald McDougall)


Fred Freiberger


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Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Culp ... Hoby Gilman
Peter Leeds Peter Leeds ... Tenner Smith
Ellen Corby ... Henrietta Porter
Norman Leavitt ... Ralph
James Seay ... Gil Hallswell (as Jim Seay)
Barbara Eiler Barbara Eiler ... Ameilia
Gregory Walcott ... Cliff Doby (as Gregg Walcott)
Rodney Bell Rodney Bell ... Vick
Bruce MacFarlane Bruce MacFarlane ... Jud


A man and a woman came to Porter bringing with them the idea of "Give Women the Vote".

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Release Date:

6 May 1959 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Tenner Smith: You know the men in this town sure don't know much about women.
Hoby Gilman: Oh, and you do, huh?
Tenner Smith: I know enough not to make things important in front of them. Now, you take this vote business for instance. Do you think the women in this town are raising all this trouble because they want to vote? No. It's because we tell them they can't vote. If you give them the right to vote as if they deserve it, they'll throw it right back at ya. Because they'll feel it's so unimportant they don't want any part of it. ...
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Woman Voting
11 November 2011 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

This is an age old story, but this particular episode really showed just how much the cause was hated. It took a long time for men, and some women, to come around to the "equal rights" thing.

In this episode, even our hero, Hoby Gilman, is against women voting. Tenner pretty much declares that women are just pushy and want what they can't have. This is a true color of what it was really like. No matter how much we respect our heroes like Hoby Gilman, they can be narrow minded in bigoted as well...

This story has been done in a lot of westerns. The Rifleman did this as well, and like Hoby, Lucas McCain was against the movement.

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