The Westerner: Season 1, Episode 11

Going Home (16 Dec. 1960)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Western
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On his way home, Dave sees two women pushing a cart with a badly wounded man inside. Dave helps protect the trio from the bounty hunters after the $2000 reward out for the man's capture.

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Sabetha
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Rigdon
John Brinkley ...
Bick
Michael T. Mikler ...
Muncie
Rudy Dolan ...
Sliger
Jimmy Lee Cook ...
Max
Mary Murphy ...
Suzy
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On his way home, Dave sees two women pushing a cart with a badly wounded man inside. Dave helps protect the trio from the bounty hunters after the $2000 reward out for the man's capture.

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Sabetha: It's my son and you ain't takin' him. You can't prop him up in a window for folks to gawk at like a two-headed calf!
Rigdon: He don't belong to you any more. He belongs to the law now.
Dave Blassingame: You ain't the law. You're a meat-hookin' jaybirder.
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Nighttime on Mars
20 May 2006 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Most memorable part of this goofy episode is the nighttime lighting on the set which appears to shift inexplicably between dark to daylight and back again all within the same scene? Somebody somewhere screwed up. Continuity aside, this is an inferior episode, much too talky, with some foolish poetical dialog about the cosmic meaning of life. But it sure gives Mary Murphy a chance to show her histrionic skills which are nevertheless pretty much out of place in this series. Oh yeah, there's also some silliness about a bounty-hunter who pursues his quarry in a surrey with fringe on top! Notable for authoritative presence of that fine actress Virginia Gregg, largely wasted as the mother-- too bad she never got an Emmy for her many fine turns on TV. Best line, " I believe in purty widows, too...", Dave's manly response to Murphy as he looks down the front of her blouse. Still, we're never told why a woman crossing the desert would choose to dress like a hooker on the prowl. Fortunately, this kind of stagey nonsense was not typical of the series as a whole.


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