Have Gun - Will Travel: Heritage of Anger
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  • I can't say that I'm fond of Have Gun - Will Travel

    • by Orrymain

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      I can’t say that I’m fond of Have Gun - Will Travel: Heritage of Anger. The main reason this episode of the half-hour western doesn’t work for me is that it all seemed too rush and too easy. A Mexican woman left her son with a couple to raise. They changed his

      name from Jose to Joseph and told him his mother had died a year after she’d gone. They even make a big deal out of going to church on the anniversary of her death.

      In reality, the woman, Nita (Carol Thurston), is very much alive. She’s on her feet again and wants her son ...

      • back. Helping her is a violent outlaw, Garcia.

        Here’s the problem. When the boy finds out the truth, there’s no emotion, not for seeing his birth mother and not for being angry at his adoptive mother. When he voluntarily goes to his birth mother’s farm, he takes all of five minutes, most of

        which is seeing the farm and hardly any of which is talking to his mother. It wasn’t real.

        Even when the mom went back with the son for the ride, it was all too forced and devoid of emotion from anyone.

        This show was bad from the start and certainly gives me no reason to watch it again.

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