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  • It's a first season episode that has an amazing guest cast in my opinion
  • These are all names I know and recognize from so many other TV shows and movies

    • by Orrymain
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      One of the episodes I actually enjoy from The Virginian is called Impasse. It’s a first season episode that has an amazing guest cast in my opinion. The one I’m most intrigued by is Denise Alexander.

      Alexander portrays Mildred Kroeger, who is the only daughter of Eddie Albert. He has four sons in addition to Mildred.


      The family is hard nosed and fights for what they want. In this story, the Kroegers claim the rights to all of the horses on the mountain, even though the horses have never been rounded up and branded. When Kroeger confronts the Virginian (James Drury) after they had rounded up several horses, a big battle ensues.

      It’s the character ...


      • of Trampas, played by Doug McClure, who becomes the protector of Mildred and that, too, leads to some excitement in the story.

        Denise Alexander is feisty and fun as Mildred. Co-starring as the brothers are Tom Skerritt as Eric, Robert Colbert as Miles, Jim McMullen as Jess, and Quinn Redeker as Daniel. These are all names I know and

        recognize from so many other TV shows and movies. They are recognizable faces and that adds to the fun of the program.

        I’ve met Alexander and think she’s terrific, so I just love seeing some of her early work like this.

        Leonard P. Geer, William Phipps, and Jerry Summers also co-star in this 90-minute western episode which is very enjoyable and well acted.




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