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A Somewhat Honorable Gun Salesman
ccthemovieman-1 from United States
25 September 2007
King Donovan isn't a name that is familiar, but his face and voice
certainly are as you would discover watching this second-season
episode. He plays a nerdy-looking seller of guns to goes to find a
killer to whom he had sold a bad gun. Being an honest businessmen
(except he didn't care who he sold guns to), he wanted to get the
defective gun back and exchange it with a dependable one. He didn't
care if it was risky. It was just good business, and the right thing to
Josh Randall enters the picture accidentally. After losing a bet to the
quick draw "Mr. Appleby" (Donovan), Randall has to accompany the gun
salesman to the killer's hideout. "Mr. Appleby" wasn't dumb; he knew he
could use some help because the man he was going to see had a very bad
Playing the villain, by the way, is another familiar face from 1950s
and 1960s television: Harry Bellaver, who starred on "Naked City."
Here, Harry plays "Curley Bill."
Despite the interesting actors, not much happens in this episode until
the final few minutes. It's not boring but it's certainly not
edge-of-your-seat stuff, either. It was a "so-so" episode.
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