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"The Virginian" Strangers at Sundown (1963)

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Shades of Sartre

Author: lordvashti from United States
4 September 2012

I thought that this particular episode, 'Strangers At Sundown', was quite intriguing. Watching this episode reminded me of Sartre's play, 'No Exit', Jim Henson's 'The Cube', Pirandello's 'Six Characters In search of An Exit' or the classic Twilight Zone, 'Five Characters In Search of An Exit'. The ending also reminds me somewhat of Gunsmoke 15:7, 'Charlie Noon'.

Like many episodes of The Virginian, this one featured commentary on many moral principles such as loyalty, betrayal, love, family, abandonment, and redemption.

I enjoy The Virginian series because it is often contemplative and the action is an accent for the principles taught, rather than an end in itself.

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