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The Beast That Walks Like a Man 

Marshal Crown tries to prevent the Houston clan from entering the Mocane Valley before it's open for settlement. The Houston's believe they'll have little competition for prime land because... See full summary »

Director:

Charles R. Rondeau

Writers:

Christopher Knopf (developer), Stephen Kandel (teleplay) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stuart Whitman ... Marshal Jim Crown
Percy Herbert ... MacGregor
Randy Boone ... Francis
Jill Townsend ... Dulcey
Lola Albright ... Stacey Houston
Leslie Nielsen ... Rowan Houston
Simon Oakland ... Joshua Broom
Royal Dano ... Walking Man
Gail Kobe ... Johanna Houston
Paul Carr ... Morgan Houston
Karl Held Karl Held ... Cox Houston (as Christopher Held)
Kerry MacLane ... Davey Houston
Karl Swenson ... Dr. Kihlgren
Larry Larson Larry Larson ... Bart Houston
Fletcher Bryant Fletcher Bryant ... Jacob Shields
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Storyline

Marshal Crown tries to prevent the Houston clan from entering the Mocane Valley before it's open for settlement. The Houston's believe they'll have little competition for prime land because of the legend of a malevolent beast thought to lurk in the valley. When the wagon train is destroyed and most of its travelers killed, Marshal Crown and his men search for the culprits not knowing if their quarry is man or beast. Written by David Bassler

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Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 November 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Angus Mac Gregor: Dead ten times over. Jim, I never saw done to any creature what was done to him. Never.
Marshal Jim Crown: Doc, what do you think killed him - man or beast?
Dr. Kihlgren: Neither. I've seen men who died in a hundred different ways. Gunshot, stabbin', clawed by a grizzly, strangled, stomped by a horse, gored - you name it, I've been there to pick up the pieces. But this is somethin'... somethin' else.
Marshal Jim Crown: There's got to be an explanation.
Dr. Kihlgren: Alright, you call it! Man, beast, say he was killed by a rock slide if you want. But whatever ...
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