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Episodes 13

September 6, 1967

The premiere episode for Dundee and the Culhane! We are introduced to the main characters Dundee, and The Culhane, and learn a little about their lives!

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September 13, 1967

Dundee and The Culhane travel to Mexico and meet up with Mexican Bandits along the way!

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September 20, 1967

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October 4, 1967

An army fort under Indian attack provides Dundee with the opportunity to re-open a murder trial he has already lost.

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October 18, 1967

More than one life is at stake as Dundee defends a client accused of murdering his own son. A bandit chieftain has sworn to wipe out the town if Dundee's client goes free.

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October 25, 1967

Dundee goes 1000 feet below ground to defend a mine owner whose men blame him for the death of seven miners. The proceeding is a grim ordeal for the lawyer, who once spent eight hours trapped in a cave-in.

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Duelist Brief

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November 1, 1967

A rowdy hour rife with double-takes and plot twists: Dundee takes the case of a gentleman duelist being sued for $50,000, by his victim's wet-eyed widow. The lawyer's first mistake is thinking that he can prove the widow isn't a widow.

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November 8, 1967

Dundee is expected at a lunch at 3:10, but his guest never arrives. This has Dundee and The Culhane worried, so they go out looking for him!

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November 15, 1967

Lawyers Dundee and the Culhane square off in a kangaroo court presided over by an old Indian chief. Dundee is the prosecutor as Culhane defends a prospector.

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November 22, 1967

Dundee learns the truth about his minister brother. He learns that he, while vowing to be a man of God, he is a killer!

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November 29, 1967

Dundee must defend a woman in court who is upset over her neighbour's destruction of the mysterious weed formations in her front yard!

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December 13, 1967

Culhane and bounty hunter Ben Murcheson chase a thief who pretended an interest in the banker's daughter—and got away with $175,000 from the bank's safe.

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December 13, 1967

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