Jenny Breckenridge is unhappy with her life. She would much rather be back in the city, where she comes from. than out west with her husband, a lazy drunk. A good-looking young cowboy who ... See full summary »

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Jenny Breckenridge
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Jenny Breckenridge is unhappy with her life. She would much rather be back in the city, where she comes from. than out west with her husband, a lazy drunk. A good-looking young cowboy who stops by sparks her interest, but then the man announces that he has a plan--he's going to take Jenny as his own, and to show that he means business he shoots her husband. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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7 January 1960 (USA)  »

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A fascinating episode.
25 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Harlan and Jenny Breckenridge are on their way to settle in Oregon. The two stop for a rest when they are approached by a young man by the name of Darryl Thompson. It seems that Darryl is wanting to take Jenny away from her husband and marry her. Of course this does not set well with Harlan.

With Darryl holding all the cards, he then decides to give Harlan a way to stand up for his wife. There is going to be a gunfight and the winner will take Jenny.

Not going to give anything else about this episode since any more detail would have to be listed as a spoiler. The episode contain Vera Miles, Ben Cooper, Adam Williams and a small part by Jack Elam which makes for an all-star cast. The episode deals with some sensitive material and is not politically correct for today's TV- but it is an entertaining half-hour that makes for a fascinating show. Vera Miles does an excellent and by the end her performance is worthy of praise. Good watch.


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