Zane Grey Theater: Season 1, Episode 4

The Unrelenting Sky (26 Oct. 1956)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Clint Howard
Peg Howard
Walter Sande ...
Steven Geray ...
Alex Rozky
Paul Travers
Himself - Host


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26 October 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Water: A Necessity
21 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Water: a precious commodity, especially in the West were droughts made life really tough at times. Without water, none of us can live more than several days.

Here, a selfish man named "Beecher" (Walter Sande) wants it all for himself, refusing to share it with his three neighbors who beg the man to re-consider. They have kids and one has a pregnant wife. Water is running out. Their livestock is dying. The greedy man is stubborn.

What to do? After pleading with the man again, one of the neighbors comes up with an idea: "The only thing we can do is the kill the man." Will they go through with it? If so, who will be the killer? What happens at the end involves three major twists. One of them is corny and you'll go, "awww, come on," but the other two are kind of neat and definitely unexpected.

Famous actor Lew Ayers and somewhat-known Phyllis Avery play one of the ranchers and the wife who is pregnant. They are good but the star is Sande, who plays the villain. (Of course, the villain is usually more interesting on film)

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