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A Man Without Land 

Matt Jeffers is about to lose his land. Back taxes, no water and owes his foreman wages. When his foreman finds water on the land he hatches a scheme to buy the land and stick Little Joe with all the blame.

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Ed Phillips
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Matt Jeffers
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Millie Perkins
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Harry Jeffers
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Jake Johnson
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Matt Jeffers is about to lose his land. Back taxes, no water and owes his foreman wages. When his foreman finds water on the land he hatches a scheme to buy the land and stick Little Joe with all the blame.

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9 April 1967 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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In the daytime scene inside the sheriff's office where the Cartwrights are defending Little Joe's innocence, a wanted poster for Max Sand is shown on the board behind the sheriff. This was the character portrayed by Steve McQueen one year earlier in the western film Nevada Smith. See more »

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recycled Perry Mason
25 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of those shallow melodramas writers churn out for TV series, the dramatic equivalent of cotton candy. Tasteless cotton candy. There's no point in my rehashing the contrived plot, which you can read elsewhere.

Royal Dano -- a great character actor -- is wasted in a role lacking good lines or interesting character interaction. The perennially saturnine Dano appears to have had his face scrubbed to a healthy glow and made up to look a lot younger than he normally did. It's... weird.

Lorne Green gives a particularly inappropriate performance, seeming to make light of everything going on around him (as if stuck in perpetual bonhomie). The climactic scene, in which he cross-examines the murderer's girlfriend, could have used coaching from Raymond Burr.

This is cheap 'n cheesy TV, not worth anyone's time. Not even if you're a Royal Dano fan.


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