Episode credited cast:
Cpl. Rusty
Lt. Rip Masters
Komawi (as Norman Fredric)
Hal Hopper ...
Cpl. Clark
Richard Reeves ...
Soccoro (as Francis J. McDonald)
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Release Date:

14 October 1955 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The regular series' closing credits theme was replaced by a song titled "White Buffalo" sung by series regular James Brown. The closing credits list Alan Bergman as its composer. See more »


The White Buffalo
Written by Alan Bergman
Sung by James Brown
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The White Buffalo episode affected me profoundly
28 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

There were five kids who watched this around 1955 and were enthralled. I was 9 years old. I was with my brother Stephen Munds (6), my cousin Michael Hughes (8), our neighbours Michael Wilkinson (8) and David (Diddy) Wilkinson (5) in our house at 3 Wainscott Road, Wainscott, Rochester, Kent UK. We were all spiritually moved. A White Buffalo gang was formed. Chalked white buffalo symbols appeared around the village. Membership cards were created. Our nemesis gang, the Black Hand Gang consisting of Robin Herbert, David Herbert, ? Grant and ? Disney were out manoeuvred at every turn of the back alleyways of The Wainscott Close. 60 years later this episode remains a vivid, life-changing memory! And now I have a glass of wine and am just about to watch it for a second time thanks to the wonderful internet!!!!!

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