Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Season 11, Episode 4

The Tenderfoot: Part 1 (18 Oct. 1964)
"Disneyland" The Tenderfoot: Part 1 (original title)

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Captain Ewell
Paul Durand
Donald May ...
Christopher Dark ...
Rafael Campos ...
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Fine Disney Mystery
11 December 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another of those late 60's Disney TV mystery movies, aimed at teens. This one has a decent, adequate story about buried treasure coupled with a fine cast. Roger Mobley was a teen idol for a very short span of time, but films like this illustrate why. I always liked to watch his performances, and I wonder what he's doing today. James Daly always played the strong, silent type to perfection, and he's another reason the film holds up. And Nehemiah Persoff was the quintessential nasty villain; I think he was in every film or TV series in the 60's and 70's, and he was always great. In short, this is a good way to pass the time and reminisce about what Disney used to mean to the kids of the baby boomer generation.

This isn't available anywhere at this time, but watch Vault Disney, usually on at midnight or 1am; they're showing quite a lot of the old Disney shows and it might just show up.

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