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  • Worthy of mention is Jeanette Nolan as another one of the wives

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      The Virginian: The Mountain of the Sun combines incredible courage and a love story. It combines for an average tale for this western TV series. I’m really not that crazy about this episode. This is a 90-minute show and this story is an hour one, so there was just too

      much time wasted. I won’t say I was bored. There were segments that did have me watching with interest, but yet, I wasn’t captivated or even that enticed to keep watching.

      A group of woman missionaries want to travel to see the Yaquis, a vicious group that has been on a murderous ...


      • rage of late. In fact, they actually killed the husbands of the women when they’d gone to try and minister and help the Yaquis themselves.

        The Virginian meets up with the women and ends up helping them, though he questions them wanting to go to the Yaquis. He falls hard for one

        of them and actually proposes to her.

        Rodolfo Acosta puts in an okay performance as the leader of the Yaqui, while Dolores Hart is passable as the Virginian’s love interest. Worthy of mention is Jeanette Nolan as another one of the wives.

        All in all, just okay and not one I’d wait to be rerun.




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