The Virginian (1962–1971)
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The Wolves Up Front, the Jackals Behind 

Randy goes to Montana to pick up a mare and see his childhood friend Georgie Sam with whom he plans to start a horse ranch. Randy is introduced to a rancher's daughter who he falls in love with but her family is suddenly in a crisis.



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Episode cast overview:
Frank Colby
Ben Colby
Pa Colby
Dulcie Colby
Georgie Sam Smith
Jack Ragotzy ...
Billy Nolan
Harlan Warde ...
Walt Turner
Charles H. Radilak ...
Ed Portnoy (as Charles H. Radilac)


Randy heads to Montana to pick up a mare for a future horse ranch he and a friend Georgie Sam Smith who is there hope to start. His friend convinces Randy to stay over to meet a girl Dulcie Colby that Georgie has been trying to meet. Randy goes to the Colby ranch to see her and check out their horses but finds himself working on the horse ranch after he meets Dulcie. Dulcie's brother Ben tells Randy to drive the lunch wagon with Dulcie. Randy tries to give the job to Georgie but Ben and Dulcie are adamant that Randy drive it. They soon fall in love with each other as Randy becomes embroiled in a family problem. Frank Colby shows up after leaving nearly fifteen years earlier. There is bad blood between the brothers Frank and Ben with Frank the favorite of their father who is wheelchair bound. Frank has commissioned a tombstone for a Colby. Ben thinks Frank wishes to kill him. Randy gives Ben a wanted poster Georgie found for Frank adding to the tension. Dulcie decides she wants to ... Written by Anonymous

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23 March 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Written by Randy Boone and Herman Miller
Performed by Randy Boone
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Randy in love
15 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Randy Boone makes the most of his opportunity to play a romantic lead in this otherwise turgid drama that works itself up into a lather but leaves viewer cold. Boone and dewy pre-"Mod Squad" Peggy Lipton are surprisingly compatible lovebirds. Their tender moments buoy episode almost sunk by James Farentino's sulky method acting as her outlaw brother. As the respectable brother, Donnelly Rhodes looks pained, signaling either inner turmoil or uncomfortable Levis. But Rhodes would have his day in the western sun a few years later as the tinhorn who unwisely provokes Robert Redford in the opening scene of the classic "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."

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