Joshua and a farmer like the same woman and they want her to pick the man she wants. When she cannot decide, the farmer says he and Joshua have to fight over her. Jason says they need to negotiate, not fight.

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In Need Of A Plot
10 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

Greeks arrive in town, David Soul steps out with one of the Greek lasses, played by Arlene Martel, and a Greek gentleman gets jealous.

Now Soul and the other fellow must duke it out. When one of the Greek fellows disappears, Lou Antonio accuses the people of kidnapping him to prevent the fight, so now "war is waged" on Seattle.

An incredibly odd concoction and shows lacking of some sort of plot. How this was supposed to have been derived from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, a favorite movie of mine, I have never known. the biggest miss must be that it came out over a dozen years after the motion picture, so all the innocence of that era was lost. 1969 and '70 as far as television was concerned was an entirely different setup.

And poor Mark Lenard! Clearly he didn't give the conflict that was intended so this Clancey fellow was brought in. Unbelievable.

I've only seen about one other episode of this show, the very well down and very good Christmas episode, where two little girls think a baby born on Christmas day will meet the fate of Jesus on Easter.

And a very strangely big miss is Joan Blondell. Clearly seen as some matron to the young brides, she's a far cry from Miss Barbara Stanwyck.


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