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  • For all the intensity it wanted to portray, I just didn't really feel it

    • by Orrymain
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      Highway Patrol: Anti-Toxin revolves around a very urgent theme. Of course, today it would be handled more expediently due to our technology, but when this show was produced, options were more limited. What happens is that a ten year old boy is in need of a rare anti-toxin or he might die.

      It’s up to Chief


      Dan Mathews (Broderick Crawford) to get the toxin, and the doctor, to the remote home of the boy and his family. At first, all goes well, but then there’s an accident. Mathews is slightly hurt, and in the hubbub, the anti-toxin disappears.

      Now Mathews has to track it down, and that’s where all of the suspense,


      • drama, and angst remains for about twenty minutes of the show. Who has the medicine? What are they doing with it? Can they find him before the boy succumbs?

        Howard Wright delivers a believable performance as Dr. Leonard. He comes off much better than some others have in the past. The rest of

        the acting is just so-so. The end contains a small surprise.

        Overall, Highway Patrol: Anti-Toxin is just okay to watch. For all the intensity it wanted to portray, I just didn’t really feel it. Aside from Wright’s character, I didn’t feel involved with the others. So, watch once, but don’t go out of your way.




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