Judd for the Defense/Tempest in a Texas Town

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Tempest in a Texas Town
Season 1, Episode 1
Airdate September 8, 1967
Production Number 6044
Writer(s) Harold Gast, Leon Tokatyan
Story: Paul Monash
Director(s) Harvey Hart
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Tempest in a Texas Town is the first episode of the first season of Judd for the Defense, and the first episode overall.

Guest Stars: Pat Hingle (Ed Tanner), Christopher Jones (Brandon Hill), James Anderson (Wayne York), Patti Petersen (Terry Ann Brendler), Russell Thorson (Aldo Reese), Judith McConnell (Eve), James Davidson (Paul Sagers), Jim Henaghan (Jamie), Lane Bradford (Sheriff), John Craven (Judge Hobart), Doreen Lang (Mrs. York)

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Plot Overview

Prominent attorney Clinton Judd arrives in the small Texas town where he was raised to defend a psychopath accused of killing two girls. He's hardly prepared for what happens next: for one thing, he has to discredit a witness, a man who tried to save the life of Judd's wounded father, the one-time town Sheriff. Additionally, one of the two girls turns up very much alive.

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