Cowboy in Africa: Season 1, Episode 11

Tomorrow on the Wind (20 Nov. 1967)

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Jim is excited when they bring in a school teacher all the way from the United States to teach the African kids, especially Samson; but soon, Jim finds himself in another situation when a ... See full summary »

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Jim is excited when they bring in a school teacher all the way from the United States to teach the African kids, especially Samson; but soon, Jim finds himself in another situation when a chief of one of the tribes refuses to let the children come to the school. Then, just when Jim thinks things are getting better, the teacher is kidnapped due to a misunderstanding - the chief thinks she had agreed to marry him! Written by Michelle

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African Culture
19 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Using Africa as a setting had to have been hard. Since this was an American television show, they had to produce shows that would have been understandable and enjoyable for the average American in the 1960's. Speaking in African languages was just not possible, nor was viewing the actual African way of life. It seems a lot of customs were adapted. The show was interesting but very unbelievable.

In this episode, a teacher is brought from the states to set up a school in the African village. The chief of the village is not happy with this, thinking they were trying to force American culture on these African children. He's right. They were doing an Americanized school system and learning English. Of course, all these children who hardly ever left their village spoke perfect English...


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