Guns of Paradise (1988–1990)
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An old friend of Ethan's, an Army man comes to Paradise looking for some Indians who left the reservation to return to their home which is near Paradise. Ethan, who was a tracker, finds ... See full summary »

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Lee Horsley ...
Ethan Allen Cord
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Claire Carroll
Matthew Newmark ...
Joseph Carroll
Brian Lando ...
Ben Carroll
Michael Patrick Carter ...
George Carroll (as M. P. Carter)
Dehl Berti ...
John Taylor
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Amelia Lawson
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Col. Jack Russell
Nick Ramus ...
Black Cloud
Mack Dryden ...
Scotty McBride
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Walking Water
Trent Bross ...
Corporal Schuster
Ray Oriel ...
Five Fingers
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Henderson
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Lt. Hayes
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An old friend of Ethan's, an Army man comes to Paradise looking for some Indians who left the reservation to return to their home which is near Paradise. Ethan, who was a tracker, finds them and the Chief has disdain for Ethan. He also tells Ethan that his friend massacred his people to force them to leave their home and go to the reservation. Ethan at first doesn't believe him but learns it's true. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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4 November 1989 (USA)  »

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[John Taylor explains to the children why the Indians have returned to the hills near Paradise]
John Taylor: Because it's their home, Ben. They were here long before Christopher Columbus learned to swim.
Ben: Why did they leave?
John Taylor: That's a long story.
George: Longer than "Jack and the Beanstalk"?
John Taylor: Oh, longer.
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