A French theatrical troupe is secretly smuggling gold for the American revolutionaries. Daniel and Mingo get involved and try to help them avoid being captured by the British.

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(teleplay), (story) (as Terence Kingsley-Smith)
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A French theatrical troupe is secretly smuggling gold for the American revolutionaries. Daniel and Mingo get involved and try to help them avoid being captured by the British.

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12 October 1967 (USA)  »

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After Boone and Mingo have joined his caravan to help ensure safe transit of gold to the American war effort, Beaumarchais looks to his left as he's driving the wagon. Three or four times, looking to the left, he sees several red uniformed men on horseback, who he says are following them. Beaumarchais has looked to his left, and the men on horse are moving to the left of the screen, so, they would be traveling in the opposite direction, and hence, not following. See more »

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Blues Skies, Green Meadow
Written by Lionel Newman and Randy Newman
Performed by Ed Ames
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The Rough Old Days
1 April 2006 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

In the colonial era of an America struggling to free herself, Daniel and his half-English half-Indian friend Mingo meet up with a French theatrical company which they use as a front to transport gold over to the American side.

In this episode, Robert Wolders co-stars as a spurned young man who turns his allegiance over to the British side to help capture Boone and the gold, and to ruin his former employer and his convoy.

What I love about Daniel Boone is that this is your traditional knock 'em out Western. In the final sequence, Mingo performs an Opera before the British catch on to what is happening. In a two fisted finale, Mingo, Daniel and a coalition of a couple of American troops and a couple of the French theater men prevail in fisticuffs against the British troops. Then Mingo is propositioned to join the company, all while in the background, the American troops carry off the unconscious British troops one by one.

If you haven't had the privilege of discovering this show, might I suggest you give it a look? It is not to be missed. :-)


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