The Virginian: Season 6, Episode 22

The Crooked Path (21 Feb. 1968)

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Kiley Cheever's father, the sheriff, is fed up with his son's bratty behavior. After publicly humiliating him, Kiley decides to leave Texas and find his old friend Trampas and ask for a job... See full summary »

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Clay Grainger (credit only)
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Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Don Quine ...
Stacey Grainger (credit only)
Sara Lane ...
Elizabeth Grainger (credit only)
Kevin Coughlin ...
Kiley Cheever
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Moran
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Charlie Rondell
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Sheriff Roy Cheever
Ellen Moss ...
Melissa Wainwright
Michael Keep ...
Indian
E.J. André ...
Cookey
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Bart
Charles Brewer ...
Carson
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Kiley Cheever's father, the sheriff, is fed up with his son's bratty behavior. After publicly humiliating him, Kiley decides to leave Texas and find his old friend Trampas and ask for a job at Shiloh. His personality trait of embellishing his abilities creates tension with the hands at Shiloh. Melissa, niece of the Graingers, visiting Shiloh takes a shine to Kiley while still seeing his flaws and letting him know it. An old hand, Charlie, who knows Kiley's dad takes a shine to Kiley but loses his job when Kiley lets him take the blame for starting a fire in the stable while drunk which was really started by Kiley. Written by Anonymous

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Delinquent performance
25 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Former child actor Kevin Coughlin can't cut the mustard as the delinquent prodigal son who becomes a pain in the neck at Shiloh. Coughlin's gauche acting makes his petulant character doubly annoying. Still, even decidedly lesser episodes like this one were tolerable when they showed Drury, McClure and crew herding cattle, stringing fence, spinning tales by the campfire and doing as buckaroos do in general. Complementing the ranks this time are John Marley, who has a nice, rueful turn as an aging ranch hand nearing the end of the trail and Tom Skerritt, spot-on as a short-fused wrangler. Regular bunkhouse bit players Harper Flaherty and Dick Shane, who were becoming more noticeable near the end of season six, add some flavor.


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