Daniel Boone (1964–1970)
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Daniel and Mingo are entrusted with an Indian princess and asked to escort her to her betrothed in order to unite the two tribes and avert war. The young princess does not want the arranged marriage and fights them every step of the way.

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Daniel Boone
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Mingo
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Chief Two Shoots
Hal John Norman ...
Chief Red Fox (as Hal Jon Norman)
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Lone Runner
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Shawnee Leader (as Charles Roberson)
Brenda Benet ...
Princess Little Fawn (as Brenda Benét)
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Stinch
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Coll (as James J. Griffith)
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Daniel and Mingo are entrusted with an Indian princess and asked to escort her to her betrothed in order to unite the two tribes and avert war. The young princess does not want the arranged marriage and fights them every step of the way.

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27 October 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the play "The Matchmaker" by Thornton Wilder that opened at the Royale Theater on December 5, 1955 and ran for 486 performances starring Ruth Gordon. Later versions includes the movie The Matchmaker (1958) and the musical "Hello Dolly!". See more »

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When Daniel tells Stinch to untie Princess Little Fawn from the corral post, the rope which had previously been tied around her arms has now risen on one side to the crook of her neck. See more »

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