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  • Honestly, the best of the bunch was Devon, who even had a hint of humor about him in his last scene

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      Highway Patrol: Runaway Boy is an okay show that has the California Highway Patrol trying to track down a runaway youngster. The boy, Jimmy Adams (Brad Morrow), is afraid of having an operation which he badly needs in order to protect his eyesight.

      Richard Devon plays a hitchhiker named Gorman who comes into contact with the boy for


      a short while. He’s quite believable in that Devon has played a number of bad guys over the years. While he’s not a villain here, he still has that menacing aura around him.

      There’s nothing really outstanding about the show. There’s a bit of ho-hum acting by Eve McVeagh as Jimmy’s mother, and I can’t say ...


      • that Mauritz Hugo did any better as his father. Honestly, the best of the bunch was Devon, who even had a hint of humor about him in his last scene.

        Sometimes it happens that the best thing about a show is listening to Art Gilmore do the narration. If not for Devon’s role, that would be the case

        in this episode of Highway Patrol. It wasn’t boring; it just didn’t excite.

        It’s also hard to believe that parents would be so careless with their child. Actually, the divorced father asked the right questions, but I just wanted him to do more. This show could be a victim of today’s reality interfering with yesterday’s the way it was.




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