Zane Grey Theater (1956–1961)
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A man is visited by soldiers searching for his estranged son who deserted from the army. Soon he is reunited with his son.

Director:

David Lowell Rich

Writers:

Christopher Knopf, Nina Laemmle (story editor)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Edward G. Robinson ... Victor Bers
Robert Blake ... CSA Cpl. Michael Bers
George Wallace ... Union Corporal
Edward G. Robinson Jr. Edward G. Robinson Jr. ... CSA Pvt. Hunt
John Hackett John Hackett ... Union Lieutenant
Dan Barton Dan Barton ... Sgt. Crower
Lew Gallo ... Union Sergeant
Quentin Sondergaard Quentin Sondergaard ... Union Cpl. Johnson
Dick Powell ... Himself - Host
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A man is visited by soldiers searching for his estranged son who deserted from the army. Soon he is reunited with his son.

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Genres:

Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 1959 (USA) See more »

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Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Irrational act
29 March 2017 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Edward G. Robinson and Robert Blake play father and son in this Zane Grey Theater teleplay set during the Civil War. Robinson is a hard working wheat farmer and by the last name looks to be of Dutch descent.

Apparently Blake's mom died during his childhood and Robinson did not have to be mom&dad to him. Now Blake has gone on a Confederate raid near his home and escaped. But the Yankees got his name and are searching for him.

The father and son reunion as you can imagine is somewhat painful. But what follows is one totally irrational act that I'm still scratching my head over.

How could Dick Powell let this story slip through, what a waste of talent.


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