Route 66 (1960–1964)
Season
1
Episode
7

Three Sides (18 Nov. 1960)

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Route 66 (1960–1964)

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Tod and Buz inadvertently become involved in the conflicts between a hops rancher/processor and his two teenage children. The spoiled, undisciplined boy and girl's immaturity end up causing fights, death and worker revolt.

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23 August 2014 | dougdoepke
Eye- Catching Locations, Spotty Acting
Be sure to catch the opening scene of Buzz and Todd tooling along a country road. There they discuss for one of the few times why they're following life on the road instead of settling down like everyone else of the 1950's. In this entry they end up in Grant's Pass, Oregon, with a dysfunctional family of a prominent hops grower, yes, hops! Trouble is the boy (Bolster) can't stay out of trouble, which he can't handle. So Buzz ends up fighting his fights for him. Then too, the daughter (Heatherton) works at being a rural Lolita in overdone fashion. Overall, I agree with reviewer zsenorsock: the episode might work if Bolster and Heatherton could act. Unfortunately, both border on parody. Nonetheless, the Oregon locations are persuasive, while the whitewater rafting down the Rogue River amounts to a scenic and dramatic highpoint. All in all, however, the entry is only average, at best.

(For an exciting Technicolor adventure down the Rogue catch up with Rogue River {1950} with Peter Graves.)

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