Daniel Boone: Season 2, Episode 7

The Aaron Burr Story (28 Oct. 1965)

TV Episode  |   |  Adventure, History, Western
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Aaron Burr, ex-Vice President, comes to Boonesborough to enlist Daniel to guide him on a long and dangerous journey to the west, but is vague about his reasons for the trek. When Daniel ... See full summary »

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Cincinnatus (as Dallas McKennon)
Robert Logan ...
Jericho Jones
Mike Ragan ...
Leader (as Michael Ragan)
Charles Horvath ...
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Fred Carson ...
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Howard Curtis ...
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Leamas O'Leary
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Aaron Burr, ex-Vice President, comes to Boonesborough to enlist Daniel to guide him on a long and dangerous journey to the west, but is vague about his reasons for the trek. When Daniel turns him down due to his unease about Burr's secretive intentions, Jericho blindly jumps at the chance to take the offer and earn a hefty fee. After Burr and Jericho leave, Daniel discovers Burr's true mission, and he and Mingo set out to intercept them and save Jericho from his own naivety. Written by alexk-6

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Per the title, Aaron Burr was Vice President of the United States under Thomas Jefferson and was tried for treason by consorting with the Emperor of Mexico. He was acquitted and went into self-exile. See more »

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The Timing is Bad
1 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I got the impression that the show started in pre-Revolutionary days. Why is it, then, that in this episode it's well into the 1800's? Then in the episode following this, they are back to England ruling the colonies and states...It's way off!!!

The story line was okay, but I was a bit turned off by the fact that it was set much later than it should have been. Of course, maybe that's why the kids didn't appear - though Rebekah Boone looked as young and as pretty as ever!

I never knew this stuff about Aaron Burr! They did a very interesting job and telling what happened. I had to go to Wikipedia just to check it out...


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