The Rebel (1959–1961)
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The Burying of Sammy Hart 

Elderly Kiowa Sammy Hart is believed to have kidnapped a boy, who has actually gone to stay with Hart in his last hours. But the boy's father is on the hunt planning to kill Sammy, and Yuma hopes to stop him.

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(as Bernard McEveety Jr.)

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Billy Wallace (as Eugene Martin)
Charles Maxwell ...
Deeb Erickson
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Aaron Wallace
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Sarah Wallace
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Sammy Hart
Ross Sturlin ...
Mexican - Luis
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Larry Gelbman ...
Cowboy
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Elderly Kiowa Sammy Hart is believed to have kidnapped a boy, who has actually gone to stay with Hart in his last hours. But the boy's father is on the hunt planning to kill Sammy, and Yuma hopes to stop him.

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5 March 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Death is a part of life
6 August 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Burying of Sammy Hart" opens with Johnny Yuma arriving at the ranch of Aaron Wallace (George Wallace) in search of a job, only to see foreman Deeb Erickson (Charles Maxwell, previously seen in "Land") conduct a whipping over a stolen horse. Aaron's wife Sarah (Peggy Stewart) informs Johnny how their son Billy (Eugene Martin) was kidnapped by elderly Kiowa Sammy Hart (Iron Eyes Cody), who apparently stole Erickson's Pinto as well. Yuma finds both the Pinto and the boy, and learns that he went with Sammy willingly because Hart was his dearest friend but lies inside the cave of his birth ready to die. Johnny's knowledge of the ways of the Kiowa earns Billy's trust, and assists in the proper ritual for burial. We first learned of Yuma's previous encounter with his Kiowa blood brothers in the early episode "Yellow Hair." Young Eugene Martin was billed under his real name Eugene Mazzola for his role in 1956's "The Ten Commandments," as the son of Rameses and Nefretiri.


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