Pic of the Day: “Waterhole #3” publicity still

Our pic for today is a publicity still from William A. Graham‘s Waterhole #3 (1967), co-produced by an uncredited Blake Edwards. Timothy’s seemingly part-goat outlaw Hilb is on the trail of some Confederate gold, along with James Coburn, Carroll O’Connor, and Claude Akins.

Waterhole #3

Coburn, with whom I share a birthday, seemed to specialize in rascals and ne’er-do-wells that you nevertheless couldn’t help liking in spite of it all. He always managed to light up the screen, even when he was only voicing a character, as he did in one of his final films, Monsters Inc. (2001).

Pic of the Day: “Waterhole #3” revisited

Kicking off the week is another look at Hilb, the seemingly part-man part-goat character portrayed by Timothy in Waterhole #3 (1967). Here we see him making a grab for Claude Akins‘ share of the much-sought-after stash of gold, as trussed-up James Coburn and Carroll O’Connor look on.

William A. Graham was at the helm; he also directed Tim in The Name of the Game episode “Fear of High Places” (1968) and Change of Habit (1969). He’s been a hard-working film and television director since the late 1950s. Recently he has been sidelined since a serious motorcycle accident. We here at The Timothy Carey Experience wish him all the best.