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Wallace a wealthy landowner in Meriwether County, Georgia, has virtually unlimited power in the county, including having the sheriff under his control. When he murders a share cropper he thinks that he is powerful enough to get away with it. Because the act of murder took place in Coweta County, it is under the jurisdiction of the Coweta County sheriff who hunts the murderer without trepidation.

  1. Margaret Anne Barnes

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  2. Gary Nelson

    Director

  3. Dennis Nemec

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  1. Johnny Cash

    Johnny Cash

    Lamar Potts

  2. Andy Griffith

    Andy Griffith

    John Wallace

  3. Ed Van Nuys

    Huddleston

  4. Robert Schenkkan

    Robert Schenkkan

    Wilson Turner

  5. Jo Henderson

    Josephine Wallace

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Murder in Coweta County
Murder in Coweta County

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  • February 15, 1983
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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