Hondo is escorting the vicious killer Apache Kid to an army post for trial when he escapes. Tracking him, Hondo sees more destruction caused by the murderer and swears to Chief Vittoro that justice will come in the Indian fashion.

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Ralph Taeger ...
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Angie Dow (credit only)
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Gary Clarke ...
Capt. Richards (credit only)
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William Bryant ...
Nick Adams ...
Apache Kid
Buddy Foster ...
Johnny Dow (credit only)
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Jeff
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Anne Williams
Ed McCready ...
Sergeant Hurst
Tony Epper ...
Running Bear
Pete Dunn ...
Pete
Roy N. Sickner ...
Joe (as Roy Sickner)
Jim Sheppard ...
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Hondo is escorting the vicious killer Apache Kid to an army post for trial when he escapes. Tracking him, Hondo sees more destruction caused by the murderer and swears to Chief Vittoro that justice will come in the Indian fashion.

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22 December 1967 (USA)  »

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Intense episode involving hostages fighting
17 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of "Hondo" involves Hondo and his sidekick, Buffalo Baker, coming across a house where the Apache Kid (Nick Adams) has kidnapped a newlywed couple (played by David Nelson and Annette Funicello). The Apache Kid ties up the husband while he starts to leer and touch at the wife. The episode has a rather long and intense scene involving the husband struggling to get loose while the Apache Kid starts to pursue the wife. Eventually, the husband gets free, but is strangled by the Apache Kid. Hondo and Buffalo Baker then come to the home location, but see that the wife is a hostage. In the gun fight, Buffalo Baker is shot and hurt. Hondo goes to deal with the Apache Kid and is able to have her to get away as he fights the Apache Kid. The Apache Kid is able to get away with the wife as Hondo pursues them. The cavalry gets the news about the Apache Kid from Buffalo Baker and sends out a group to find him. Hondo finds the wife alone as his dog fights with the Apache Kid. The dog is stabbed and hurt and the injured cries brings Hondo to the scene. Hondo and the Apache Kid fight in the raging waters as the cavalry and other Apaches arrive at the scene. The Apache Kid disappears in the water as Hondo is helped by the cavalry. The assault and violent scenes were quite intense for something on network TV in 1967.


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