Route 66 (1960–1964)
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Tod and Linc are en route from St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee. They stop in Mapleton, Mo., for gas. Tod defends a transient hobo from troublemakers. Deciding to stay, Tod & Linc go to work... See full summary »

Director:

Fred Jackman Jr. (as Fred Jackman)

Writers:

John McGreevey, Herbert B. Leonard (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles
Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case
Chester Morris ... Emmett McNeill
Frank Overton ... Andy Ferguson
Clifton James ... George Simmons
Tom Bosley ... Jim Horst
Joseph Campanella ... Whit Spencer
Marco St. John ... Johnnie Simmons
Alan Alda ... Dr. Glazer
Tommy Norden Tommy Norden ... Pete Ferguson (as Thomas Norden)
John Bartley Messenger John Bartley Messenger ... Don Simmons
Bruce Glover ... Truck Driver
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Tod and Linc are en route from St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee. They stop in Mapleton, Mo., for gas. Tod defends a transient hobo from troublemakers. Deciding to stay, Tod & Linc go to work for a rubber processing plant. Later when the hobo is accused by a mob of vigilantes of bringing a sleeping virus into town Tod once again helps him. Written by dubchi

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Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 May 1963 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Tod is working at a rubber plant in Mapleton, Missouri. He gives a young boy a ride home after work but the bulk of the ride was filmed on U.S. 19 North in St. Petersburg, Florida. The footage was probably shot a month or two earlier when they were in town filming "But What Do You Do In March?". See more »

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Patchwork Storyline
10 May 2016 | by dougdoepkeSee all my reviews

The screenplay for this 60-minutes comes across like a patchwork with the seams showing. The real plot line doesn't kick in until the last half when a possible epidemic of sleeping sickness surfaces. The first half meanders around as the guys take jobs in a rubber factory, while Tod puts up with a sullen hobo (Morris) and Linc sells water bags. Unfortunately, there's no female eye candy, just a bunch of ugly guys. Then too, it took me awhile to recognize a young Alan Alda as the doctor, of all things. On the plus side are a few looks at the Missouri location neighborhoods, always a draw for viewers like me. All in all, however, there's little to recommend, except maybe for series favorite Frank Overton (4 episodes) as the company boss.


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