Breaking Point: Season 1, Episode 6

The Bull Roarer (21 Oct. 1963)

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A shy young construction worker is troubled by the fact that, while his fellow construction workers--including his beefy, aggressively macho brother--engage in all sorts of "manly" ... See full summary »

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Dr. McKinley Thompson
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Dr. Edward Raymer
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Murray Knopf
Lou Antonio ...
Paul Knopf
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Betty Lorimer
Cece Whitney ...
Heather (as CeCe Whitney)
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Charlotte
Eddie Guardino ...
Angie (as Danny Guardino)
William Bramley ...
Lloyd
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A shy young construction worker is troubled by the fact that, while his fellow construction workers--including his beefy, aggressively macho brother--engage in all sorts of "manly" activities like drinking, brawling and chasing women, he has no desire to do any of that. He begins to think that that he may be a homosexual, and comes in for help and advice. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Dr. Edward Raymer: Are you saying the boy has no disturbance in this area?
Dr. McKinley Thompson: Of course he has a disturbance. It's gonna be a long time before he can approach a relationship with a woman with any degree of confidence. He came to us because he was troubled and all he ask is what's wrong with me and everything he says leads to the same question: What is a man?
Dr. Edward Raymer: Well if you saying the boy's problem isn't homosexuality, what is it?
Dr. McKinley Thompson: I've lived through it and so have you... and so has every American male over fourteen. You...
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