Route 66: Season 2, Episode 10

Some of the People, Some of the Time (1 Dec. 1961)

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Tod and Buz, driving through Pennsylvania, make the acquaintance of a man who runs small-town beauty/talent contests with the winners promised a movie studio connection. Tod and Buz eagerly... See full summary »

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Maximillian Coyne
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Jahala West
Shirl Conway ...
Caroline Coyne
Jane Hoffman ...
Mrs. Pearson
Arnold Soboloff ...
Coco Gerard
Elizabeth Bader ...
Winnie White
Erik Silju ...
Olaf the masseur
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Clerk
Dan Morgan ...
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Tod and Buz, driving through Pennsylvania, make the acquaintance of a man who runs small-town beauty/talent contests with the winners promised a movie studio connection. Tod and Buz eagerly go to work for him in order to meet the local lovelies. They find the "talent scout" rather promotes a living for himself. Written by dubchi

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a Very Routine and Undistinguished Episode
26 May 2008 | by (Indianapolis, Indiana) – See all my reviews

A very average episode dealing with Tod and Buz becoming involved with a huckster (Wynn) who bursts into the small town of Carlisle, Pennsylvania and tries to get everyone involved in a phony beauty contest. The story and characters are very routine and Wynn doesn't seem completely well cast for the part. There are a few good bits including a scene involving a disgruntled mother of a former contest winner who disrupts the current pageant. Nettleton also gives a real nice, long introspective speech at the end.

The episode also features Tod and Buz getting involved in a amusing bar room brawl at the beginning, but it is also very unrealistic. They come out of the fight, that involves at least four other men, without a single scratch of bruise on them.

Grade: B-


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