Israel befriends Tanner, an addled and confused woodsman who confuses the past with the present and reality with fantasy. After he kidnaps Israel Daniel sets out to rescue him.

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Israel befriends Tanner, an addled and confused woodsman who confuses the past with the present and reality with fantasy. After he kidnaps Israel Daniel sets out to rescue him.

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5 October 1967 (USA)  »

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After Israel first encounters Tanner, Israel attempts to run away but falls down a hill and is knocked unconscious. When Tanner picks up Israel to carry him to the creek, a large mud spot about a foot square shows on Israel's right rear hip. At the creek Tanner sprinkles water on Israel to awaken him, then Israel quickly gets up and walks away. His pants leg is now dry with no signs of a mud spot. See more »

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An excellent portrayal by Neville Brand
19 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this episode when it was new. The character depth and acting by all were top notch. But the irony and realism conveyed by Brand were in a class of their own even now, nearly 50 years later. The scene where he, the delusional mad man was killed was very powerful. His character was afraid and trying to do the right thing... but the mind of a sociopath is a murky place. When he was killed, he didn't understand why and it was so sad... and he played it to the hilt. It still brings tears to my eyes even now. The old westerns and frontier and historical dramas aren't real big in today's pop culture, but this one is a must see...


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