This episode includes Warren Oates and Strother Martin working as a team. They would go on to take opposing sides nearly a decade later in Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch (1969). See more »
After Harvey Easter sets fire to a saloon, the former shotgun on the stage asks, "You mean it was Harvey Easter? A skinny man with a tall black hat?"
Even by today's standards, Harvey Easter would not be considered to be skinny as he has a full face and appears to have a stout upper body. See more »
When Harvey Easter comes from Dodge after hitting some gold in the Colorado mountains, he is set on changing people's ways to what he thinks is correct.
He takes two old cowboys and gives them land to work. But it turns out they had no idea of farming and went into crime. Easter tries to stop Louie Pheeters into not having anything to drink and causes a heart-attack. Easter then tells a woman to quit the Long Branch to start her own business which makes her very unhappy. So his advice at trying to help people have some terrible consequences.
When Harvey Easter tries to stop the sale of alcohol he nearly starts a fire that could have destroyed the entire town. Needless to say the people have had enough of Harvey Easter. They cook up a little plan to let Harvey know to quit meddling in other people affairs. But the plan goes terribly wrong.
Even with the good intentions of Mr Easter this show really went no where. Even the ending left the viewer scratching his head wondering what was the show's meaning. This episode was disappointing in many ways.
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