Route 66: Season 3, Episode 13

Where Is Chick Lorimer, Where Has She Gone? (14 Dec. 1962)

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Tod, on the road to a job in St. Louis, is conned into helping a lady bail jumper escape. He vows to find her-and does in St. Charles, Missouri. A successful singer at one time, she is now ... See full summary »

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Buz Murdock (credit only)
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Ellen Barnes
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Ruth O'Brien
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Peter Graham
Robert Emhardt ...
Jackson Harris
Brenda Scott ...
Joannie
Stephen Brooks ...
Ralph
John Marriott ...
Old Man
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Tod, on the road to a job in St. Louis, is conned into helping a lady bail jumper escape. He vows to find her-and does in St. Charles, Missouri. A successful singer at one time, she is now a stripper. Tod finds himself irresistibly drawn to her. Buz is not seen-he is in a Cleveland hospital fighting an "echo-virus". Written by dubchi

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Vera Miles Is The Show
21 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The extremely photogenic Vera Miles guests on this, the 13th episode of Route 66 season three and she, pretty much, makes the show. Miles as Ellen Barnes, a big band chartreuse whose capricious ways have caused her toward a steady fall as a cabaret singer, a stripper, and general lawlessness wanderer , escapes a bail bondsman in order to return to her hometown and to the wedding of her niece. Tod is duped into helping her escape from her day in court when he believes one of her wild tales. Learning the bondsman stands to lose $2000, Tod is compelled to find her and in the process falls for her beauty and magnetism. Buz is said to be in Cleveland suffering from the "echo virus", however fans know that his absence is, in a sad way, the beginning of the end of the series. But, we have another odd, but great episode and here, at least, Maharis isn't missed to any great extent. As stated earlier, Vera Miles is front and center. She is certainly up to the task as she plays a lost soul who, though dangerous, is a kind of soul-mate to Tod. There is actually some sparks which go unrequited for a kind of tension that is palpable. Milner turns in a fine, very understated, performance that compliments Ms. Miles' character quite well. I must say I enjoyed it and had to wait to see where it was all leading to. Like the title given to the episode it is a big enigma and the ride is the thing. I love the chances that Sterling Silliphant encouraged his writer to take and this episode is one of those just outside of the mainstream enough to be edgy and enthralling...Interesting and recommended.


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