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Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer (1956)

Daniel Boone leads settlers into Kentucky, but must battle Shawnee Indians who have been persuaded by a French renegade that Boone and the settlers are there to kill them and steal their land.

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Blackfish (as Lon Chaney)
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Faron Callaway
Kem Dibbs ...
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Andy Callaway
Jacqueline Evans ...
Nancy Rodman ...
Susannah Boone
Freddy Fernández ...
Israel Boone (as Freddy Fernandez)
Carol Kelly ...
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Kenton
Gordon Mills ...
John Holder
Claudio Brook ...
James Boone (as Claude Brook)
Joe Ainley ...
Gen. Hamilton
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Daniel Boone leads settlers into Kentucky, but must battle Shawnee Indians who have been persuaded by a French renegade that Boone and the settlers are there to kill them and steal their land.

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Thrill to the daring exploits of the bold pioneer who blazed the Wilderness Road...and had to fight his Red brother to bring peace to the new frontier! See more »


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James Boone (Claudio Brook) was 27 at the time this movie was made. The real James Boone was only sixteen when he was killed. See more »

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Jamima Boone: I've been watching you and Susannah...
Faron Callaway: Uh-huh.
Jamima Boone: And I don't think you understand women.
Faron Callaway: Who does?
Jamima Boone: [seductively] Another woman.
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Dan'l Boone
Music by Albert C. Gannaway
Lyrics by Hal Levy
Sung by the children on the wagon
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Pioneers and Indians
12 July 2003 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

This picture is an interesting saga of the struggle of pioneers led by Daniel Boone in the wilderness of Cumberland Gap while being threatened by hostile Indians. A treacherous Frenchman is the cause of all the trouble between the settlers and the red men while Boone tries to convince the Indians that the pioneers only want to build homes and live in peace. The film has a certain appeal because it is not a polished production but there are good action scenes, although somewhat violent for its time. The cast is comprised of B actors but they are all good, especially Lon Chaney as the Indian chief. Bruce Bennett is okay as Boone but is a bit too clean cut and soft spoken to be believable as a frontiersman. The dialogue is rather trite but the scenery lends itself to the realism of the Kentucky backwoods.


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