The Monroes (1966–1967)
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The Forest Devil 

There is something out there. Clayt doesn't know what it is, but he knows it's there, and he feels it's hunting him. Jim is terrified of it and his own people won't give him any help. Clayt... See full summary »

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Clayt Monroe
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Jefferson Monroe
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Fennimore Monroe
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Amy Monroe
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Major Mapoy
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Dirty Jim
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There is something out there. Clayt doesn't know what it is, but he knows it's there, and he feels it's hunting him. Jim is terrified of it and his own people won't give him any help. Clayt is unable to trap it or kill it. The 'thing' has them all spooked! Written by Michelle

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28 September 1966 (USA)  »

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Halloween episode
5 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite episodes. In this episode, the Monroes' homestead is being attacked by a strange animal. Jim is terrified of it and his people think it's some sort of evil spirit. Clay tries everything to get rid of it. He hires a trapper, he hangs bate and sets traps yet this little devil seems to be able to overcome it.

There is a dark sense to this episode. In a lot of the scenes, we hear the growling of the animal as he attacks the pelts and food. The Mornoes are left with hardly everything.

This is the only episode I remember vividly from my childhood. The episode was scary then as well! The way the animal is killed is yet another taste of Halloween, and this is another example of Major Mapoy's way of being nice without being nice...


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