After seeing a man kill his Indian wife over gold, Yuma tries to take him to the nearest fort for trial, but the Indian Chief and father of the murdered woman captures them, and Yuma must convince him that he did not kill her.

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(as Bernard McEveety Jr.)

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Gold Seeker
Roberta Haynes ...
Destarte
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Running Wolf
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Touch the Clouds
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After seeing a man kill his Indian wife over gold, Yuma tries to take him to the nearest fort for trial, but the Indian Chief and father of the murdered woman captures them, and Yuma must convince him that he did not kill her.

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17 January 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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[last lines]
[paraphrasing a poem written by Thomas Hood]
Johnny Yuma: Gold, gold, gold / Right and lovely; hard and cold / Saint seducing gold.
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John Sutton and Henry Brandon
28 July 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Gold Seeker" begins with a wounded Johnny Yuma burying the wife of his prisoner, the woman's husband (John Sutton, later seen in "The Earl of Durango") her murderer, having married the daughter of Apache chief Running Wolf (Henry Brandon) only because he coveted the gold on their land. Touch the Clouds (Eddie Little Sky, last of two) is her brother, firing a shot at Yuma and killing his horse, taking a bullet for his efforts. Johnny wants to take the gold seeker to the nearest fort to stand trial, but in his condition Running Wolf catches up with them first, convinced that his white son is innocent, until Yuma's version is proved true in the end. The final shot is chilling, the gold seeker left nameless, in the third script (out of four) from series creator Andrew J. Fenady.


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