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Something for a Lonely Man (26-Nov-1968)

Director: Don Taylor

Writers: John Fante; Frank Fenton

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Blocker
Actor
10-Dec-1928 13-May-1972 Hoss on Bonanza
Edgar Buchanan
Actor
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Conlan Carter
Actor
3-Oct-1934   Doc on Combat!
Susan Clark
Actor
8-Mar-1940   Katherine Papadapolis on Webster
Iron Eyes Cody
Actor
3-Apr-1904 4-Jan-1999 Keep America Beautiful
John Dehner
Actor
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Henry Jones
Actor
1-Aug-1912 17-May-1999 The Bad Seed
Warren Oates
Actor
5-Jul-1928 3-Apr-1982 Two-Lane Blacktop
Paul Petersen
Actor
23-Sep-1945   The Donna Reed Show
Joan Shawlee
Actor
5-Mar-1926 22-Mar-1987 The Adventures of Aggie
Don Stroud
Actor
1-Sep-1943   Capt. Pat Chambers on Mike Hammer
Grady Sutton
Actor
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Dub Taylor
Actor
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REVIEWS

Review by Mike McGrath (posted on 1-Jan-2008)

This is a simple western story, the struggle of a man with vision trying to recover a steam engine that fell into a gorge and was left as not recoverable. Working hard during his free time to get the engine back so it could provide power for the town Dan Blocker is ridiculed by other town members as wasting his time. This is a feel good story with traditional ups and downs and well worth the time.


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