Yuma is in a town where the people's failure to accept the war's outcome encourages a boy to seek revenge for his father's death by killing General Grant. To dissuade the boy, Yuma relates a tale of his own struggle with the outcome at Appomattox.

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Nick Adams ...
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William Bryant ...
Gen. U. S. Grant
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McCune
Teddy Rooney ...
Jimmy McCune
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Doug
Andrew J. Fenady ...
Gen. Philip H. Sheridan (as A.J. Fenady)
Robert Hickman ...
CSA Soldier
Lynn Shubert ...
Penny
William Harlow ...
Bud
Harry Whisner ...
Archie
Harris Katleman ...
Colonel Marshall
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Yuma is in a town where the people's failure to accept the war's outcome encourages a boy to seek revenge for his father's death by killing General Grant. To dissuade the boy, Yuma relates a tale of his own struggle with the outcome at Appomattox.

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18 September 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Yuma teaches a lesson in understanding and mercy
25 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

JOHNNY YUMA AT APPOMATTOX In this first episode of the second season, Johnny Yuma is a printer's devil, working in a print shop when he overhears some men objecting to Gen. Ulysses Grant coming to town. This is a southern town and these men of the town are still "fighting the civil war" in their minds and hearts... some of them actually being in the war as was Johnny Yuma himself (hence the name of the series: "The Rebel"). Their inflammatory talk moves a youngster to do something during the visit of the Yankee General and he steals a gun with the intention of sneaking into where Grant is and assassinate him. Johnny finds out what the youth is going to do and he spins a story of his visit at Appomattox where General Lee surrenders and his intention to kill Grant himself. He then explains why he did not carry out his plot to the boy and the youth changes his mind as well.


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