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  • Unfortunately, the law isn't patient, and that leads to a big fight between Slim and Jess towards the end of the show

    • by Orrymain
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      When I watch Laramie: Dark Verdict, I can’t help but think about actor L.Q. Jones, who plays a friend of Jess Harper’s. At one point, his character is about to be hung. The reason I remember this is because I have some photo proofs that were taken during this episode, and one of them is of Jones, sitting on his horse, the

      noose right there, and he’s reading one of the industry trade papers. It’s such a funny shot.

      The scene in the show isn’t funny at all, however. In fact, this show is a darker one because it’s about injustice. While Jones’ character is no angel, he’s not a murderer, and that’s what he’s being accused of. When he’s first caught, angry ...


      • men want to hang him on the spot. Jess is ready to fight their way out of it, but Slim convinces him not to and to let the law take its course. So, while Jess goes in search of the man he believes is guilty, Slim deals with the law.

        Unfortunately, the law isn’t patient, and that leads to a big fight between

        Slim and Jess towards the end of the show. It’s very dramatic, and the conflict is intense. Jess believed in Slim’s words and becomes very angry when the law fails.

        Dark Verdict is a dark show. I was surprised by it the first time I saw it. The acting is great, though, and it allows for some great interaction between our two heroes.




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