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The Judge 

Hoby is forced to arrest the wild son of a local judge for murder, the kid telling him all the while he'll never stand trial.

Director:

Don McDougall (as Donald McDougall)

Writer:

John Robinson
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Culp ... Hoby Gilman
John Litel ... Judge Henry
James Griffith ... Aaron Adams
Ellen Corby ... Henrietta
Norman Leavitt ... Ralph
Steven Terrell Steven Terrell ... Malcom (as Steve Terrell)
Kasey Rogers ... Vera
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Hoby is forced to arrest the wild son of a local judge for murder, the kid telling him all the while he'll never stand trial.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 1958 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
[Hoby Gilman knocks on the fromt door of Judge Nelson Henry's house. The judge opens the door and steps outside]
Judge Henry: Morning, Hoby.
Hoby Gilman: Judge, is your son in?
Judge Henry: He came in just a few minutes ago. Why?
Hoby Gilman: I'd like to see 'im.
Judge Henry: Is something wrong?
Hoby Gilman: I'm afraid so.
Judge Henry: What has Malcolm got to do with it?
Hoby Gilman: He just killed a man.
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Things sure of changed!
12 August 2011 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

The judge is expected to "judge" his own son after he guns down a poker player, Darby Boy. The judge doesn't want the responsibility, but Hoby tells the judge that he has no choice - there is nobody else.

I must say that this is a problem we don't see today. You wouldn't find a judge sitting on the bench when his son or daughter or even cousin is on the stand, I wouldn't think. The government, lawyers, and opposing party would all deem him unsuitable due to "conflict of interest."

Ellen Corby always seems to have a domineering personality in everything she plays. Of course, she did wonderful in The Waltons.

Oh, and that woman! She sure could hit hard.


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