The only surprise here is the Jack Carson's performance in a western, instead of the lead's best friend, or the perfect, brother in law for the main character, in Warner Bros productions, starring Doris Day and Ronnie Reagan...here he IS the lead. That's all folks!!! For the rest, everything is so flat and so predictable. You can foresee everything ten miles in advance. OR the best try would have been to put Simon Oakland, used to the heavies roles - as the poor dude's character - Jack Carson - and Carson as the bad guy. THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN WISE, instead of this boring and tepid topic. That episode is the perfect example, one too many, of this TV show, anthology TV show, where I would have expected akind of Alfred Htchcock's schèmes, with surprising and unusual plots or, even more, even best, surprising endings. Twist endings. Oh, as I have already told in revious reviews, some episides from ZANE GREY are more than worth, because the endings make you think or cry, or feel moved or disturbed. Here, nothing of the kind.
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