The Rifleman/Eddie's Daughter

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Eddie's Daughter
Season 2, Episode 6
Airdate November 3, 1959
Written by William F. Leicester
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis
Produced by Jules Levy,
Arthur Gardner,
Arnold Laven
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The RiflemanSeason Two
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Eddie's Daughter is the sixth episode of the second season of The Rifleman, and the forty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Chuck Connors (Lucas McCain), Johnny Crawford (Mark McCain)

Additional Cast: Paul Fix (Micah Torrance), John Harmon (Eddie), Peter Whitney (Tracey Blanch), Ray Teal (Albie Finley), Bill Quinn (Sweeney), Jeff Daley (Sam), Kathleen Mulqueen (Woman)

Special Guest: Gloria De Haven (Lillian)

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Plot Overview

Eddie's daughter visits him for the first time since she was taken from him when she was a child. She turns out to have grown into a dance hall girl, and arrives with trouble not far behind her. Two pursuers arrive and seek to compel her to yield a large sum of money that she has inherited from a recently deceased boyfriend who was involved with the pursuers in a bank robbery. Lucas helps the daughter to deal with her pursuers. In so doing, she turns her life around, and finds a new relationship with her father.

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