White men are getting some Indians to attack arriving wagon trains. In exchange for the wagon train valuables, they give the Indians whiskey which they distill themselves. Two Marshals ... See full summary »

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Deputy Marshal Jake Jones
Lois Hall ...
Mary Lou Harrison
Sam Flint ...
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Indian Agent William Welch
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Edith Mills ...
Mrs. Strongbow
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White men are getting some Indians to attack arriving wagon trains. In exchange for the wagon train valuables, they give the Indians whiskey which they distill themselves. Two Marshals arrive to investigate and are soon murder targets. When a Marshal is shot at, he has his friends bring in his supposedly dead body hoping this trick will help him find the culprits. Written by Maurice VanAuken <vanauken@comcast.net>

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8 October 1950 (USA)  »

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Narrator: Long after the Indian and the white man were at peace, small bands of renegade Indians were organized by unscrupulous white men. Pioneers coming west were murdered and their valuables stolen. These Indians traded stolen goods for the white man's whiskey. And as soon as they drank it, they wanted more. While the real criminals counted their profits and encouraged the Indians to more massacres, Americans were dying all along the frontier... and for no reason, save the ruthless greed ...
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Edited into Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch (1976) See more »

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