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I had the pleasure of watching this show about five years ago.I remember it starred one of my favorite Native American actors,Rodney A. Grant.He was very good here,although not always privileged by the writers.Lee Horsley was totally unfamiliar to me before this and i was quite satisfied by his work.Stories were good and exciting and the actors didnt fail in their task,i.e. recreating the old time people and all their good and bad sides.Same can be said about the creators of the show.They managed to create a good 18th century America and nice tales.
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