The Virginian: Season 6, Episode 21

The Hell Wind (14 Feb. 1968)

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Trampas, Stacey, and Elizabeth are transporting a bull back to Shiloh when they encounter a massive sand storm. They find a deserted homestead to take shelter in while waiting out the storm... See full summary »

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Pearl 'Angela' Van Owen (as Patricia Crowley)
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Trampas, Stacey, and Elizabeth are transporting a bull back to Shiloh when they encounter a massive sand storm. They find a deserted homestead to take shelter in while waiting out the storm. While there others start showing up beginning with the Van Owens who are on vacation. Trampas recognizes her as as a crooked dealer from years back with a different name and her husband is the president of the local bank. When the bull knocks a hole in the wall, Trampas and Stacey discover $10,000 in gold coins and wonder who to trust. Written by Anonymous

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As the wind blows
11 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dust Bowl survivors probably winced at episode's best sequence, a howling wind storm so vividly real that it appeared the Universal back lot was about to be swept into the Pacific Ocean. The rest is a modest, somewhat stagy potboiler that depends on plot twists and serviceable performances to keep bubbling. McClure lifts more than his share of the acting load, as usual, but pert Pat Crowley, Lincolnesque character actor Ford Rainey and the young Kiel Martin help out. Martin gets to display some of the roguish swagger that worked well for him in the feature "Trick Baby" and in "Hill Street Blues." Don Quine's less-than-impactful recurring role as Stacey Grainger was nearing its finish; he hadn't made viewers forget Randy Boone, let alone Gary Clarke.


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