Route 66: Season 4, Episode 12

93 Percent in Smiling (20 Dec. 1963)

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Tod and Linc are in Erie Canal,New York working in construction and living in a "mobile home court". Their know-it-all neighbor, who has moved his family to various cities because he cannot... See full summary »

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Aaron Kronberg
John Howell ...
Howard
Susan Howell ...
Pansy
Olga Bellin ...
Min Kronberg
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Mrs. Snyder
Sudie Bond ...
Saleslady
Dennis Scott ...
Billy Hinckley
James Mishler ...
Detective
Paul Larson ...
Kurt Haskell
Chase Crosley ...
Mrs. Craven
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Tod and Linc are in Erie Canal,New York working in construction and living in a "mobile home court". Their know-it-all neighbor, who has moved his family to various cities because he cannot hold a job, suffers when his baby son disappears. Linc, playing detective, finds out the man's other two children are the cause. Written by dubchi

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Real life setting
15 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

Route 66 was known for its location shooting throughout the USA, and in this case it really adds to the story. A young boy and girl kidnap their baby brother in order to give him a better life than their drifting trailer park existence.

This is one where filming around an actual real life town gives the story a level of sadness that Hollywood sets or back lots wouldn't be able to provide. This could be your town or my town, and it all seems very real.

Albert Salmi is the only name guest star here, doing his usual blow-hard bit. The children playing the boy and girl here have no other listed credits. I am wondering if they were locals.

This would have originally aired a few days before Christmas, 1963. I'm not sure if I could have taken it.


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