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Season 3 Episode 3

Homecoming

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 23, 1958 on CBS
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Though Adam Larkin has spent many years trying to make a living from his land, he has only met with failure. When his wife tells him that she is expecting a child, Larkin goes to the bank and asks for a loan, but the bank refuses it. Larkin decides to take what he needs.moreless

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      • Dick Powell: (Opening narration) This may not mean very much to you but to a horse it means quite a bit. In the old west a man without a horse was like Custer without a mother, and a horse without a bit was about as useful as an automobile without a steering wheel. Thats what a bit was really, a steering wheel that went into the horses' mouth and give the rider control of his animal. And then down to the last two bits. The bit was introduced to America by a Spaniard and because of its peculiar shape it was called a spade. It was heavy uncomfortable and its jagged edges would often cut the horses mouth. A horse would jump a twenty foot fence just to get away from one of these. The Civil War cavalry bit came in four different sizes. That little hump right in the middle ranging about 1/2 inch for the more gentle behaved animal to a little over 2 inches for the wild unbroken bronco. Hmm wonder how one of these would work on my eight year old son. The most comfortable bit at least at the horses' point of view, is the hackamore, it would fit up over his nose and this strap would go behind his ear, there was nothing in the horses' mouth, not even the tip of a hot jockey. In the old days you could usually tell where a man came from just by his horses' bit as we shall see in this weeks show called 'Homecoming'.

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