Judd Travers: A Main Character From Shiloh, 1996

In three different posts, I will compare and contrast the character Judd Travers from the three Shiloh films which were released within a 10 year time span (1996, 1999 & 2006). In the previous post from early this morning, it was mainly about life lessons that we can learn, receive and give to others (ex: Kindness). But anyway, here is how Judd was from the first film.

First Film:

  1. Judd drinks everyday, but not as heavy.
  2.  Not a committed person and tends to not follow thru with his promises to Marty until the very end of the film.
  3. His reaction at the end of the film when he lets Shiloh out of the truck, speaks volumes (preparation of what was to come in the second film).

*Side Notes for the first two films:*

  • Judd doesn’t own up to his own responsibilities as a dog owner nor as a human being
  • Stays home on a daily basis; doesn’t seem to have a job. Wonder why?
  • Drives to the store to purchase alcohol. How does he earn money, though?
  • Hunts in the first two films: Raccoons and Squirrels
  • Mainly drank beer in the first two films
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