Bronco (1958–1962)
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Trail of Hatred 

Bronco, an Army scout, is sent on a secret mission with a young cavalry officer who is bringing back a deserter and the money he stole ten years ago to face punishment. What's more, the deserter is the officer's father.



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Episode cast overview:
Bronco Layne
Dana Powell
Nina Shipman ...
Cathy Foreman
Rian Garrick ...
Lt. Steve Powell
Corporal Fonda
Joseph Gallison ...
Private Foster (as Evan McCord)
Private Moreno
Sgt. Prouty
Col. Cummings
Jack Big Head ...
Chotah (as Jack Bighead)


Army scout Bronco is called into Col. Cummings office while the patrol he is to scout for is preparing to leave. While Bronco would like to know the purpose of the patrol, Cummings wants him to meet the young officer who will be commanding the patrol. Lt. Steve Powell enters the office in time to hear Cummings agree to provide Bronco the details he wants. They are headed into a swamp to find, capture, and return with Dr. Dana Powell who deserted the Army ten years earlier after stealing a $50,000 payroll. Powell is well known for his actions and the Lt. is his son who wants to clear the family name by arresting his father. Sgt. Prouty likes to say patrols only attract jail birds and green recruits to volunteer for them but Private Moreno who has a desk job volunteers. He tells Sgt. Prouty he knows the purpose of the mission. Lt. Powell is reluctant to listen to the experienced Bronco as they wade into the swamp on foot. Danger is all around them as Dr. Powell lives with the Indians ... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

5 February 1962 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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