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A brother's depraved influence
bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York
27 April 2013
R.G. Armstrong plays a father with two sons the younger Roger Mobley
and the older James Caan in one of his earliest parts. Armstrong has
raised a real punk in Caan and he's determined that he not become the
controlling influence on Mobley as he seems to be.
He's developed a nice reputation as a fast gun which has turned Caan
into a bully. When Mobley complains about how the local school teacher
disciplines and how he called him for what he was, Caan beats up
teacher Walter Brooke with Mobley looking on.
A few more incidents that end in killings and R.G. Armstrong makes a
terrible decision to save one son from the depraved influence of the
Rory Calhoun narrates the episode and it features some fine
performances by Armstrong, Caan, and Mobley. No father should be forced
into what Armstrong does.
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