Branded (1965–1966)
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The Bar Sinister 

Jason helps a woman and her young charge, Jimmy Whitlaw after Jimmy's father dies of the fever. Sam Whitlaw owned a lot of water rights, and Jason believes that is the reason Mayor Caleb ... See full summary »

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Mayor Caleb Reymer
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Paulle Clark ...
Hannah Reymer
Howard Curtis ...
Huber Mills
William Gwinn ...
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Paul Foley
Deirdre Cole ...
Becky
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Jason helps a woman and her young charge, Jimmy Whitlaw after Jimmy's father dies of the fever. Sam Whitlaw owned a lot of water rights, and Jason believes that is the reason Mayor Caleb Reymer is trying to take Jimmy away from the Indian woman who was helping raise him. But Jason is in for a surprise, and must then prepare Jimmy for it as well. Written by Michelle

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10 October 1965 (USA)  »

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Jason McCord: Too bad so many people are accepted for what they have, and not what they are.
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Wow!
11 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

First of all, I watched Neela through this entire episode, then when I went to see who played her, I was shocked to learn it was Marian Seldes, who also played Hazel in The Rifleman's episode "The Vision". In that episode, she also played Mark's mother in a dream. It's AMAZING what they can do with makeup!

I wonder if Walter F. O'Malley was a friend of Chuck's, and that'w why he appeared in this episode. This is the only acting job he was ever credited for. His IMDb page states that he was the owner of the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Team, so it's very possible.

Also, there were several actors who only acted in a hand-full of shows/movies. I think three of them acted three times, and one of them five times. That's interesting to have so many rare ones.

The DVD's that were released are cut episodes, and it's clear that this episode was indeed cut. Parts of scenes are missing, and it's choppy. Also, I didn't see all the characters that were listed. Where did the twins play, for instance? I didn't see them.


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