In the town of Dos Pinos, Dave is pressed into service by the sheriff to care for the bushwhacked deputy. As the sheriff goes for the doctor, Dave hides the dying deputy in the back room of... See full summary »

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In the town of Dos Pinos, Dave is pressed into service by the sheriff to care for the bushwhacked deputy. As the sheriff goes for the doctor, Dave hides the dying deputy in the back room of the saloon while the no count Pauk Loper, the man who shot him, parties out front. Written by kkjornes

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4 November 1960 (USA)  »

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Sheriff Andy: Blassingame, huh?
Dave Blassingame: Yep.
Sheriff Andy: I like that. It's a good name.
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Is There a Motel Six in Town
13 May 2006 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Dave drifts into dusty town and decidedly unfriendly saloon (read "brothel"), patronized by carousing cowboys and hookers of various racial varieties, and presided over by tough-talking Jean Willes. Bar scene is none to convincing-- too much yelping and sophomoric byplay no doubt constrained by production code of the day. Fine acting by Keith and Willes almost pull off sentimental later scenes and none too persuasive finale. Overall, the script and direction lack usual series bite. Best line-- "Don't let me stand in the way", Dave's unexpected response to Williams' threat to shoot Dave's snarling buddy, big dog Brown. Notable for the jeering at Dave's unusual last name. My guess is Peckinpah chose to honor someone in his past by using the same name for the series' central character.


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