Tod and Buz, in Butte, Montana working as laborers in a copper mine, meet a beautiful girl at their rooming house. She is a local girl who has made it big and has mysteriously come home ...
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Tod and Buz, in Butte, Montana working as laborers in a copper mine, meet a beautiful girl at their rooming house. She is a local girl who has made it big and has mysteriously come home despite being the star of a current hit on Broadway. Buz quickly falls in love with her and becomes serious. Tod knows her dark secret.Written by
[Buz is driving the Corvette along side of Arline who is walking on the side of a road]
Look, I want you to know that no matter what it looks like, it's not a pick up. The good people need to dig each other right now or forget it. Two half truths never made an integrated single, but two truths together, man, that's a crazy square root.
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I'll write this episode is enjoyable - because it is, in a variety of ways - with an acknowledgement its theme is sad, bordering on melodrama. Despite the plot dabbling with being overwrought, the show is well-acted, and it's an interesting historical document of Butte, MT, which is an American landmark with a very interesting history. Part of the show is spent with Buz and his love interest, very well-acted by Anne Francis, at Columbia Gardens, which opened in 1906 and closed in 1973.
One particularly radioactive example of the problems with this episode is that Tod listens in on what is essentially a confession because he's afraid of leaving and being caught eavesdropping.
Despite its flaws, "A Month of Sundays" is among the top 10 best shows in the series.
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