Daniel Boone: Season 1, Episode 3

My Brother's Keeper (8 Oct. 1964)

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Mingo(Ed Ames), wanted DEAD! Daniel Boone(Fess Parker) must capture his friend Mingo and bring him to justice before all Kentucky erupts in war. Daniel's friend Yadkin(Albert Salmi) is a ... See full summary »

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Mingo(Ed Ames), wanted DEAD! Daniel Boone(Fess Parker) must capture his friend Mingo and bring him to justice before all Kentucky erupts in war. Daniel's friend Yadkin(Albert Salmi) is a trusted friend to all in Booneborough and among the Cherokee. Yadkin had canoed up river and while meeting with a Cherokee trading party when they were ambushed by a Creek war party. Yadkin was found floating down river by Daniel's son Israel(Darby Hinton). With Cincinnatus(Dal McKennon) removing the slug(bullet) and Rebecca Boone(Patricia Blair) nursing him, he began to pull through. After he recovered enough, Yadkin identified Mingo as the leader of the Creek warriors and as the very man who shot him. To keep Mose(Adam Williams) and the rest of the men of Boonesborough from going out and starting a shooting war with Mingo's tribe, the Cherokee, Daniel sets out promising to bring Mingo back. While Daniel is on Mingo's trail, he is captured by the Cherokee. Daniel is brought before the Cherokee ... Written by jaaron68

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Season One of Daniel Boone is Excellent
23 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Season One of Daniel Boone is amazing. It's thoughtful and the characters are complex. Perhaps too complex for TV at that time because with each subsequent season, the characters became sillier and sillier, until it was just a show about teenagers and such.

But Season One demonstrates what this series COULD have been. The episodes build on one another, similar to the best series of today, such as The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. The episode, My Brother's Keeper, for instance, explored the character Mingo and his complex relationship with Daniel.

I don't know what happened after season one that changed the series. Too bad. Few episodes of the following seasons are worth watching, especially after Ed Ames left. The chemistry between Fess Parker and Ed Ames was great.


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