Route 66: Season 1, Episode 7

Three Sides (18 Nov. 1960)

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Tod and Buz inadvertently become involved in the conflicts between a hops rancher/processor and his two teenage children. The spoiled, undisciplined boy and girl's immaturity end up causing fights, death and worker revolt.

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Gerald Emerson
Stephen Bolster ...
Curt Emerson
Johnny Seven ...
Ted Becker
Paul Genge ...
Chuck Galloway
Winnie Collins ...
Mrs. Hastings (as Winnie Coffin)
Anthony D. Call ...
Frank Palmer (as Tony Call)
Phil Clarke ...
Dr. Linton
Dean Woolley ...
Station Man
Bob Ament ...
Boy
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Karen Emerson
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Tod and Buz inadvertently become involved in the conflicts between a hops rancher/processor and his two teenage children. The spoiled, undisciplined boy and girl's immaturity end up causing fights, death and worker revolt.

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Joey Heatherton's first on screen role. See more »

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Curt is driving a station wagon when he arrives at the boat livery just before the last fight. After the fight when everyone has returned to farm. They only bring back two of the vehicles. The station wagon in not one of them. There were more than enough people. See more »

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Three Sides - Description
31 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tod (Martin Milner) and Buz (George Maharis) arrive in Grants Pass, Oregon looking for someplace quiet after the adventures they have had in previous episodes. They walk in on a fight in a bar and break it up while stopping to eat. They help a young lady (Joey Heatherton) get her brother (Stephen Bolster), who was in the fight with the local tough guy (Johnny Seven), home and the father (E.G. Marshall), who owns a hops factory, offers Buz and Tod work as a reward for their kindness. The daughter is a flirt and the local tough guy wants her. She knows it and teases him all the more. (Unrealistic, as Joey Heatherton is 16 at this time and Johnny Seven is 34, a large difference in age.) The son is a product of no discipline and his life is a mess. He is involved in an accident in which someone dies, the workers quit the factory because of the accident, and the father needs the help of Tod and Buz to get everything right again.

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