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  • I enjoyed seeing William Boyett as one of the patrol officers

    • by Orrymain

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      This first season episode of Highway Patrol, Reckless Driving, is all about being in a hurry and ignoring the speed limit. All things considered, it’s as relevant today as it was back in 1955. People can still be careless idiots on the road. They were then, and there are still inconsiderate, careless folks on the highways today.


      I was surprised at the amount of concern the offending man showed at losing his license. There was a tremendous consideration of the fact that his wife would now have to drive him everywhere. I really thought that was odd. He thought nothing of driving in a hurry and putting people in jeopardy, but he did think ...

      • twice about driving with a suspended license.

        Hugh Sanders plays the man in a hurry, Harry Brent, with Vivi Janiss as his wife, Clara. Ultimately, she pays the price for Harry’s ill regard of a dangerous situation.

        I enjoyed seeing William Boyett as one of the patrol officers. He’s well known for being the sergeant on Adam-12. I guess

        he didn’t wander too far from the law.

        The message comes through loud and clear in this episode. What was funny, though, is how accommodating the CHP was back then. You have to watch it to know what I mean, but it’s a shame we can’t turn to them like that today.

        All in all, this was a good outing.

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