"Good vittles, love, and kissing"
bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York
15 July 2017
Paul Brinegar takes the center stage as he gets to thinking about the
joys of domesticity in this story. Wishbone is starting to wish for
those 'good vittles, love, and kissing' as Frankie Laine sings in the
He spots a kid stealing flour when he's off to the general store
getting supplies for the drive. Wishbone follows them to the ramshackle
shack they call home to a sick mother played by Barbara Barrie.
Wishbone kind of adopts the whole group as they sure make him think of
what he's missed on all those trail drives.
There is a father, a drunken and angry Paul Lambert. He's mad over the
mess he's made of his life. From there things result in tragedy, but
possible salvation as well for Barrie.
Both Rawhide and Wagon Train were done at Revue Studios. I'm sure I've
seen this same story with that other curmudgeon cook Charlie Wooster.
Good in either series.
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