On his return to Nugget City, traveling medicine man Doc Boatwright is spotted by Adie Walter who, having been conned into buying Boatwright's saloon, has a score to settle with the charming medicine peddler.

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'Doc' Boatwright
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On his return to Nugget City, traveling medicine man Doc Boatwright is spotted by Adie Walter who, having been conned into buying Boatwright's saloon, has a score to settle with the charming medicine peddler.

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9 November 1959 (USA)  »

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Faded Farewell
7 May 2006 | by (Mosman, Australia) – See all my reviews

Flynn is a tired weary man to watch in this half hour television episode that was sandwiched in between conferring with the publishers and checking the galleys of his autobiography My Wicked,Wicked Ways and nailing down a buyer for his beloved yacht the Zaca. Each undertaking eagerly accepted in a bid to stay one step ahead of insolvency.

The story is simple enough, Flynn's Doc is a jaded conman with a medicine wagon and a cure all elixir to fleece his customers. He stumbles into an unexpected windfall when he passes through a gold town that has seen better days. While he plots to stash his cache in his wagon, he comes across the usual complications.

Naturally, there's a girl who is captured by his (rusty) charms. Golden Shanty is run of the mill television, boosted by the presence of a Flynn now faded. It was directed by Arthur Hiller (Plaza Suite) who, despite it all, found Errol "impossible to dislike", with the mischievous charm of a small boy. (The Films of Errol Flynn. Citadel 1969). For Flynn fans there are a few sparse sparkles, nothing more.


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