Yancy Derringer (1958–1959)
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Away for 7 years, Derringer returns to save his mansion from New Orleans' carpetbagging Reconstruction overlord. Yancy Derringer's former belle Amanda also tells Derringer she posed as his ... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Sale
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jock Mahoney ... Yancy Derringer
Julie Adams ... Amanda Eaton
Kevin Hagen ... John Colton
X Brands ... Pahoo-Ka-Ta-Wah
George N. Neise ... Charles Hunter (as George Neise)
Dan Sheridan Dan Sheridan ... George Slocum
Charles Cooper ... Harmon Steele
Bill Walker ... Obadiah
Woody Chambliss Woody Chambliss ... Capt. Tom (as Woodrow Chambliss)
Marvin Bryan Marvin Bryan ... Lt. Bacon
Otis Greene Otis Greene ... Roy
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Away for 7 years, Derringer returns to save his mansion from New Orleans' carpetbagging Reconstruction overlord. Yancy Derringer's former belle Amanda also tells Derringer she posed as his wife to keep the Waverly from rapacious Yankees. The destitute Yancy, who fought for the Confederacy but now champions peaceful reunification, is trailed down the Mississippi by 3 vengeful card cheats. Guarding gentleman adventurer Yancy is his mute friend Pahoo-Ka-Ta-Wah who previously saved the daredevil's life. The Pawnee warrior's deadly with scatter gun and throwing knife, both well-concealed. Written by David Stevens

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 1958 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Yancy Derringer: With fear and trembling, I'll bet five hundred.
Harmon Steele: You're very lucky, friend.
George Slocum: I hope it's... just luck.
Charles Hunter: My father always warned me about playing with strangers; nevertheless, I'll call that five and raise you five hundred.
Yancy Derringer: My daddy always said, "Be kind to poor poker players", so I'll just call.
Charles Hunter: What did your daddy tell about a king-high flush?
Yancy Derringer: Well, my daddy always said, "Never send a boy on a man's errand."
[Yancy reveals four aces]
Yancy Derringer: Four bullets.
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