The Westerner: Season 1, Episode 3

Brown (21 Oct. 1960)

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Dave, in Southfork for the local rodeo, meets up with Burgundy Smith for the first time, a conniving no-count con man. When Burgundy offers a hundred dollars for Dave's mongrel dog Brown, ... See full summary »

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Harry Swoger ...
Sheriff Tom Lacette
Conlan Carter ...
Mead
Hank Gobble ...
Digger (as Henry A. Gobble)
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Bartender
Chris Carter ...
Chris
Janan Hart ...
Jan
Fred Ingram ...
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Rudy Dolan ...
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Michael T. Mikler ...
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Jimmy Lee Cook ...
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Dave, in Southfork for the local rodeo, meets up with Burgundy Smith for the first time, a conniving no-count con man. When Burgundy offers a hundred dollars for Dave's mongrel dog Brown, and Dave turns him down, the adventure in dog-napping and bar room fighting begins! Written by kkjornes

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Dave Blassingame: Brown, do you hear me, Brown? Listen to all that hoopin' and hollerin', Brown. Brown, you ain't payin' attention. I fail to see how you're going to augmentate your reputation as man's best friend just layin' there out of the wet, while everybody's celebratin', Brown. Well, I oughta saddle you up for the race, you big dumb cull. You're nothin' but skin around appetite anyway.
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How Many Times Can We Wreck This Saloon
1 May 2006 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

This episode is a matter of taste. The comedy is played broadly, strictly for laughs, as both Keith and John Dehner show off their comedic skills. The chemistry between them gels quickly-- the gentleman scalawag vs. the grungy cowpoke. Their mock rivalry over the loyalty of the big mutt Brown is a hoot. Most notable-- the only series of its day to show lead actor falling-down drunk and losing a fight, all in the same half-hour. The show strikes me as pure Peckinpah-- chaos in the streets while a band plays, chaos in the saloon while girls dance and sing, everything gets wrecked several times over-- just the boys having a little fun. Best line-- "A man's best friend is his mother"-- Dave's dejected reaction to Brown's making moon eyes at Dehner. With all the crowd scenes and extras, Peckinpah must have gone over-budget on this one.


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