The Monroes (1966–1967)
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Three men come to the Monroe cabin claiming they need some rest and coffee. Clayt, unaware that they are actually three outlaws, invite them inside. But when he finds that one of the men, ... See full summary »

Director:

William Wiard

Writer:

Howard Dimsdale
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Episode cast overview:
Michael Anderson Jr. ... Clayt Monroe
Barbara Hershey ... Kathy Monroe
Keith Schultz Keith Schultz ... Jefferson Monroe
Kevin Schultz Kevin Schultz ... Fennimore Monroe
Tammy Locke ... Amy Monroe
John Dehner ... Pete Lamson
Nick Adams ... Dave Smith
Michael Greene ... Joel Buck
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Three men come to the Monroe cabin claiming they need some rest and coffee. Clayt, unaware that they are actually three outlaws, invite them inside. But when he finds that one of the men, Pete Lamson, has a bullet in his leg, he suggests he should go get help at the Maypoy Ranch. Soon, he learns that these men aren't as friendly as they seem when Lamson pulls a gun on him and let's him know who's boss. Written by Michelle

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Western

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Release Date:

25 January 1967 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Poor Clayt!
15 January 2013 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

It's rough being the head of the home and having to make all those tough decisions. That's why when three bad guys threatened the Monroe family, Clayt had to decide what would be best for his family. Unfortunately, what he thought was best wasn't what the twins thought was best. Before we know it, they are calling Clayt a coward and trying to find ways to get the job done themselves. Also unfortunate, the boys' were only succeeding at making Clayt's job harder.

This episode was a bit dull, but it was nice seeing ol' what's his name from The Rebel. He played a bad guy this time...

The big question of this one was did Clayt do enough in the beginning? Should ha have tried to fight the bad guys to protect his family, or did he do right in going along with them in order to make sure his family stayed out of harm's way? I don't think there is an easy answer here...


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