An army Captain arrives at the Monroe cabin and arrests Jim for murder. Clayt is allowed to come to stand up for Jim at his trial, but they must first fight a band of renegade Indians.

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Keith Schultz ...
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John McLiam ...
Sgt. Duncan McMurdoch
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Henri 'Fox' Bonnard (as James J. Griffith)
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An army Captain arrives at the Monroe cabin and arrests Jim for murder. Clayt is allowed to come to stand up for Jim at his trial, but they must first fight a band of renegade Indians.

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16 November 1966 (USA)  »

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If you like cowboys and Indians...
11 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't care for a lot of cowboy and Indian shoot 'em up scenes. This episode has a lot of that. Robert Fuller plays a Captain who arrives at the Monroe ranch to arrest Jim for murder. He informs Clayt that they will take him back to the Fort for trial, but unfortunately Jim they will have to go through a warring Indian party. Clayt announces that he will be going and nothing the Captain can say will desuade him from doing so.

Problems occur. Indians die. Soldiers die. But that's nothing compared to the evil Colonel who comes later to take over the army. He and the Captain but heads. Captain has a severe hatred for Indians and doesn't believe in treating them kindly. Things quickly heat up between the two before the truth comes out...

Another familiar face in this episode is James Griffith.


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