An aging construction worker becomes resentful when he's forced into retirement before he's ready.



(as Edward De Blasio)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rose Arrick ...
Mary Teriski
Miss Jiffy
Mary Tahmin ...
Will Lee ...
Donna Zimmerman ...
Joanie Teriski
Fish Market Dock Foreman
Jess Osuna ...
Harry Teriski
Jerome Guardino
James Dukas
Lou Criscuolo ...
Vito (as Louis Criscuolo)
Marilyn Rogers ...
Alfred De Arco ...


An aging construction worker becomes resentful when he's forced into retirement before he's ready.

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17 February 1964 (USA)  »

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Pride and determination
17 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ralph Morelli is let go from his long held construction job because of his age. Soon after his forced retirement, his daughter and her husband, although basically nice people, make it clear that they want him to move out of their house. Which he does but his granddaughter does frequently visit him so he's not completely cut off from his family. Neil Brock does not appear in this episode but another social worker finds Ralph a job as a messenger. Ralph doesn't like the job and endeavoring to look younger, dyes his hair. He is adamant that he will get a more physical job than just being a messenger and does find a job on the docks. He does tries to expand his social life when he meets a nice woman at a bar but when this doesn't work out, he withdraws again where only pride in work is important. This episode has a good theme but somewhat misses the mark. For one thing, Joe De Santis as Ralph seems too young for the role and secondly his insistence at doing physical labor seems overdone. Ralph is a sympathetic character and we sense that the remaining years of his life are not going to be happy or fulfilling. Of course, maybe that's the point. But does it have to be so?

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