Jason helps a widowed woman after he discovers some men are trying to force her to sell her land.

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Emily Cooper
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Renger
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Karp
Claude Hall ...
Buckrum
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Sheriff (as Mike Masters)
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Lathe
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Jason helps a widowed woman after he discovers some men are trying to force her to sell her land.

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28 February 1965 (USA)  »

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Renger: I took that look like you said, only I didn't like what I saw.
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9 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

He says some of the most thought-provoking things! In this episode, I love his speech about a man allowing himself to lose his whole self just because he lost an arm. It really made Renger stop and think about how one incident has had control of his entire life. He was a good person on the inside, and Jason saw it.

I also loved Jason's last quote: "I can see how a man might leap upon mountains and skip over hills." I've never heard "love" really described like that, but I really like that saying!

In the end, only two men died (right?), and Jason only killed one of them. Oh, but my favorite part was his throwing the sword into Karp's arm! I was with Mrs. Cooper on that scene! Did you see how her eyes widened? Well done, Chuck!


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