Route 66: Season 4, Episode 21

Where There's a Will, There's a Way: Part One (6 Mar. 1964)

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Tod and Linc, now working in Tampa, Florida, encounter a remarkable family of oddballs who have gathered there for a funeral and the reading of a will.

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Otis Tiffin
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Michael Tiffin (as Alex Viespi)
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Samantha
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Leon Tiffin
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Monty Musgrave
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Margo Tiffin
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Sergei
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Lieutenant (as Victor Gabriel Junquera)
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Thomboli
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European Man
Richard Kuss ...
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Tod and Linc, now working in Tampa, Florida, encounter a remarkable family of oddballs who have gathered there for a funeral and the reading of a will. Written by dubchi

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get over the negativity
2 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You people that compose all these negative things about this series make me laugh ! This show was one I was brought up on in my early teens and I took Tod, Buzz, and Linc's adventure myself in the late 70's after going through the hellhole in Nam and I can tell ya this, I enjoyed my almost 3,000 mile excursion across this country of ours with many different jobs and adventures and I enjoyed every single minute of it, the only difference being I had a 68 Mustang Fastback and I was gone for five years, not four like this series was run.

So to all you know it all's out there who cast negativity about Stirling Silliphant's fantastic series, take a five year jaunt across this country yourselves and learn what Mr Silliphant was trying to tell us. One of my all time favorite shows, and to hell with those who think otherwise


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