Playhouse 90 (1956–1961)
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Massacre at Sand Creek 

An investigation into a massacre of Native Americans.

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Richard Joy ...
Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
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Lt. Norman Tucker
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Col. John Templeton
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Sgt. Maddox
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Henshaw
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Col. Collery
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Maj. Downing
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Henshaw
Michael Granger ...
Little River
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Townsman
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Calhoun
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Capt. Kingsley - Defense Attorney at Court-Martial
Anthony Lawrence ...
Reed
Marshall Bradford ...
Officer Presiding at Court-Martial
Robert Shield ...
Prosectuing Attorney Griever
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An investigation into a massacre of Native Americans.

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27 December 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Colonel John Templeton: When you've been out here as long as I have, you'll learn that there is no such thing as a peaceful Indian.
Captain Kingsley - Defense Attorney at Court-Martial: Now, Colonel, the dictionary defines a battle as an engagement between two opposing hostile forces. Do you concur in that definition?
Colonel John Templeton: I do.
Captain Kingsley - Defense Attorney at Court-Martial: Would you then define a village of Indians; men, women and children, sleeping peacefully under the protection of a treaty, as an opposing hostile force?
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