The efforts of a Chinese man and his son to establish a laundry are hindered by two louts who resent foreigners in North Fork.



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Episode cast overview:
Wang Chi
Dick Kay Hong ...
Wang Lee
Pat Close ...
Noah Fergus
Paul Wexler ...
Les Foster
Peter Whitney ...
Vince Fergus


When a Chinese laundry man Wang Chi and his young son Wang Lee come to town, they are immediately bullied by Vince Fergus who clearly doesn't want them around. Despite the less than warm reception Micah, Lucas and Millie convince them to stay in North Fork and open a laundry. Despite Lucas' warnings to leave them alone Fergus however won't relent and it leads to an inevitable showdown. Written by garykmcd

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Family | Western




Release Date:

16 May 1961 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A predictable show that held up well.
13 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For the last episode of season three, we get a rather predictable show about a Chinese father and son arrive in North Fork to the ogles of the townsfolk. When their wagon spooks a horse occupied by a teenager named Noah Fergus the fall brings out his father, Vince, to confront the Chinese family. Right before the incident gets violent, Lucas takes charge and tells Vince to leave them alone.

The Chinese man, Wang Chi, is grateful toward Lucas and tells him that he and his son, Wang Lee, are traveling around to find a town to settle and open up a laundry service.

Well it is not long before Vince Fergus and a friend go looking for Wang Chi. They are going to run the Chinese out of town and keep North Fork free of foreigners.

This is one of those feel good episodes that teach us that some people look at a person's appearance to judge the person's character. Even though it was a very predictable show, it held up well and made for a nice watch.

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