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      For a western, The Virginian did do some very different things. For example, The Virginian: Big Day, Great Day includes a day at the lake with visitors in their swimming suits. Not only that, but the opening scene includes a

      phone call in Denver. A western just doesn’t show all of that as a rule, even if it is in the start of technology age.

      Guest starring in this episode are Aldo Ray, Bill Erwin, and Dennis Patrick, among others. The events occur in Casper when Judge Garth, Steve, and Trampas (Lee J. Cobb, Gary Clarke, and Doug McClure respectively) go there to pick up a canopy bed for Garth’s daughter, Betsy.

      Here again, we see an unusual sight for a western — the ...

      • The Virginian: Big Day, Great Day
      fire department responding to a fire alarm. Following the two early fire engines, if you can call them that, are citizens, running after them to watch. It reminded me of watching 1776 when a big day in Congress was often
      defined by chasing after a fire alarm.

      The story in The Virginian: Big Day, Great Day was secondary to me. I had a hoot watching Clarke, McClure and others in the period swimsuits and being silly. That was worth the entire show.

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