Branded: Season 2, Episode 3

Mightier Than the Sword (26 Sep. 1965)

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Jason rides into a town to visit an old friend who stood up for him at his court martial, but he soon learns that his friend has died and his daughter is alone fighting against a town who's... See full summary »

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Lola Albright ...
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Mike Lane ...
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Charles Horvath ...
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Ed McCready ...
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Jason rides into a town to visit an old friend who stood up for him at his court martial, but he soon learns that his friend has died and his daughter is alone fighting against a town who's being controlled by one man - power hungry Paul Mandell. Written by Michelle

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The title is based on the expression "The pen is mightier than the sword" from a line by Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839 for his play Richelieu; Or the Conspiracy. See more »

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Jason McCord: A man is as big or small as other people think.
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Introducing Ann Williams
4 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Of course, we'll see this woman again. She and Jason start a romance in this episode, and before the season ends we can hear wedding bells. Many don't like the fact that the 'coward' line seemed to be dropped and Jason settled down; but I can't help but to think that there comes a time in every man's life when he longs to settle down with a family.

This is a GREAT fight scene showing how big and tough Chuck is. Actually, I thought it was interesting that they chose a man like Kevin Hagen to play this part. I've always seen Kevin as sort of a wimpy guy. It's true I grew up with him as Dr. Baker, but even in the character actor roles he played, he seemed more of a guy who could shoot but not hit...

No wonder Jason was able to beat the crap out of him! The fight scene alone was worth rating it a 9. Then when the fiancée started laughing at him, I couldn't help feeling sorry for the poor guy, who never DID show his face again...


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