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Most Vanquished, Most Victorious 

Tod and Buz travel to Los Angeles in response to a letter Tod received from an Aunt who has not been heard of for 20 yrs and thought to be dead. From her deathbed she makes a final request ... See full summary »

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Kitty Chamberlain
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Dr. Clemente
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Cazador (as Pat De Simone)
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Davey Briggs (as Frank de Kova)
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Juan Domingo (as John Alonzo)
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Tod and Buz travel to Los Angeles in response to a letter Tod received from an Aunt who has not been heard of for 20 yrs and thought to be dead. From her deathbed she makes a final request of Tod-find her daughter. Tod and Buz embark on a search that leads them to many people and places and eventually to the answer. Written by dubchi

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14 April 1961 (USA)  »

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one long journey
2 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has turned out to be one of my favorite episodes. Tod is out to track down his long-lost aunt, who has gotten him a message that she urgently needs to see him. She is on a sick-bed in a run down hovel for a living place, tended to by a doctor, the always reliable Royal Dano. Tod's mission is to find his aunt's daughter and bring her back to her mother. Tod and Buz start out on a long journey, one that opens his eyes to the sort of life his aunt and cousin have lived, apart from the rest of the family for all these years.

Martin Milner has never been better--his emotions here are strong, real and powerful. Buz is always at his side, but he is secondary to the turmoil swirling about Tod. This is a great script, and is enhanced by the performance of the great Beatrice Straight as the aunt. Outstanding drama.


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