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Season 3 Episode 9

Incident of the Captive

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 16, 1960 on CBS
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Incident of the Captive
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Harkness Musgrove's mother is coming to take him home to operate his father's barber shop. Mushy asks to be a drover and Favor says yes. Mom's stage gets held up and she slaps the bandana off one of the highwaymen. Another stage chases them off.

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  • Mushy takes the lead

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    This weeks episode starts out with Mushy asking to be a Drover and finally being allowed to try. Meanwhile Mushy's mother is on the way to intercept the drive with the intent to take Mushy back home. During this episode we are allowed to see Mushy have some good scenes with fair acting along with some character development. Overall I found the story or premise to be good and entertaining even if Mushy's acting left something to be desired. In the end this story was a good one, it incorporated good acting, a good story and pretty good character back story.moreless
Raymond St. Jacques

Raymond St. Jacques

Simon Blake (9-14-65)

Ron Foster

Ron Foster

Bill Rudd

Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

Rowdy Yates (1959 - 1966)

Charles Gray

Charles Gray

Clay Forrester, Scout (11-03-61)

Paul Brinegar

Paul Brinegar

G. W. Wishbone, Cook (George Washington)

David Watson

David Watson

Ian Cabot (9-14-65)

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    • Mushy: I always thought a trail drive would be an excitin' life, full of adventures. Well, maybe it will be when I'm a real drover. But right now, I don't seem to be too important. All my adventures are peelin' potatoes and carryin' water and washin' pots and pans and itchin' Mister Wishbone's back when it scratches. Why, I'm the cook's louse for Mister Favor's trail drive. The men call me Mushy because, well, I guess maybe because it's my name.

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