The Virginian: If You Have Tears
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  • Frank's daughter, Nancy Sinatra played a saloon girl named Cary and oddly, she's the one I enjoyed the most, especially her singing which surprised me greatly
  • I've heard her sing quite a lot over the years and have rarely been impressed

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      If You Have Tears is the 20th episode of the first season for the hit western, The Virginian. This 90-minute color episode centered on a friend of The Virginian’s who is accused of murder. James Drury, who plays the title role of the series, was also the focal point of the evening’s drama. While Doug McClure also appeared as Trampas and was in the episode throughout, his role was a supporting one and he really just had a couple

      of shining moments. For the most part, it was an all Drury show.

      The guest stars in this episode were very noteworthy, beginning with Robert Vaughn. I’m not a fan of Vaughn’s, but he is a good actor. He played a person of questionable honor. Then there was the powerful Dana Wynter. She’s often attached to roles of strength, as this character was as well. She ends up involved with the Virginian and is the real essence of ...


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        Frank’s daughter, Nancy Sinatra played a saloon girl named Cary and oddly, she’s the one I enjoyed the most, especially her singing which surprised me greatly. I’ve heard her sing quite a lot over the years and have rarely been impressed. Yet, the songs she sang in this show were beautiful, alluring, and just plain beautiful. She must have done something with her inflections after this because this is a Nancy Sinatra I would have enjoyed watching and listening

        to over the years.

        Phyllis Avery was properly reserved as Wynter’s sister, and then there were other strong performances in various roles by Frank Ferguson, Stacy Harris, and Gene Lyons.

        The Virginian: If You Have Tears has the Virginian falling for Wynter’s character, but it’s a love that’s not meant to be. Part of the story was quite intriguing and then there were slow moments, but the acting by this excellent cast can’t be overlooked. It made the show worth a watch.




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