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Bad Lady from Brookline 

Just arriving in Dodge, Molly McConnell looks for her husband. When she finds out he's been killed, and Dillon is responsible, she wonders why he didn't tell her in the first place and sets out to learn how to shoot so she can kill him.

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Molly McConnell
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LaFarge
Jonathan Kidd ...
Harper
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Willie McConnell
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Jan Peters ...
Curley
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Sam
Eddie Hice ...
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Just arriving in Dodge, Molly McConnell looks for her husband. When she finds out he's been killed, and Dillon is responsible, she wonders why he didn't tell her in the first place and sets out to learn how to shoot so she can kill him.

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1 May 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Molly McConnell: Oh, Kitty. He belongs to you?
Kitty: Matt's a man with no strings on him. Let's just say he's more mine than anyone else's.
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Woman comes to Dodge to be with her husband, only to find he was killed in a shoot out. She believes Matt murdered him, and is determined to kill Matt in a shoot out.
26 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Betty Hutton may be the worst actress ever to film an episode in this venerable cowboy-era series. No line is too insignificant for her to deliver with over-the-top emoting. NO line. Other reviewers suggest the episode was meant to be comical, but in the hands of a skilled actress, it could have been as good as anything in the series.

Upside: The stark comparison illustrated how talented and professional the fine regular cast and guest star (Claude Aikens) really were. That they provided solid, believable performances in the face of the border-line hysteria offered by Ms Hutton earns them all the respect they deserve.


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