The Monroes (1966–1967)
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Clayt meets a man with a bag of gold and claims he can lead Clayt to a fortune. Clayt suddenly has gold fever. Kathy tries to talk him out of the crazy scheme, but he refuses to listen and leaves his family in search of gold.

Director:

James B. Clark

Writer:

Jack Turley
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Episode cast overview:
Michael Anderson Jr. ... Clayt Monroe
Barbara Hershey ... Kathy Monroe
Keith Schultz Keith Schultz ... Jefferson Monroe
Kevin Schultz Kevin Schultz ... Fennimore Monroe
Tammy Locke ... Amy Monroe
Liam Sullivan ... Major Mapoy (credit only)
Ron Soble ... Dirty Jim
Alan Baxter ... Stargis
Hank Brandt Hank Brandt ... Langdon
Hardie Albright ... Mr. Peabody
James Westmoreland ... Ruel Jaxon (as Jim Westmoreland)
Dan Duryea ... T.J. Elderbush
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Clayt meets a man with a bag of gold and claims he can lead Clayt to a fortune. Clayt suddenly has gold fever. Kathy tries to talk him out of the crazy scheme, but he refuses to listen and leaves his family in search of gold.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 December 1966 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Bad Clayt!
12 January 2013 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

I do not like this episode. Clayt is really out of character in this episode when he abandons his family to go on a gold hunt with a thief. Clayt always seemed to be a level-headed, responsible man. But if this is his true character, I think we should rethink him as a hero.

Granted, he's human, and any human can get money hungry. Unfortunately, this seems way out of character when he takes all the money his family has to invest in something that doesn't even seem like a sure thing...In the end, he admits he was wrong and asks his family to forgive him, but it just makes me sick to my stomach to think about his actions.

"I'm the head of the family. I don what I want." That was his attitude.


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