Mark is kidnapped by a band of renegade Indians, who then escape into the hills of New Mexico. A frantic Lucas takes out after them, determined to get his son back.



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Toomey (as Johannson)


A renegade Apache, Chaqua, attacks the McCain ranch and takes Mark McCain prisoner. The renegade has recently lost his own son and intends on making Mark an Apache warrior. Although knocked unconscious, Lucas forces himself out of bed to join a group of men, including Marshal Micah Torrance and his good friend Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart, who have set out to retrieve the boy. Lucas will go to any length to get his son back. Written by garykmcd

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Family | Western




Release Date:

9 June 1959 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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During the show, Robert Foulk is referred to as Toomey during the entire broadcast. However, in the credit Robert Foulk's character is listed as Johannson. See more »

Crazy Credits

Chuck Connors breaks the 4th wall in the opening credits after he shoots his riffle and then stares into the camera. See more »

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Don't sneeze or you may miss the ending.
3 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cannot add much more that the other reviewers as they have hit the nail on the head with this episode. As stated, there was so many ways this story could have gone but most was left off the table. There was so much time spent on the trail to find the Indians that captured Mark, that when the climax of the story appeared it was over in about twenty seconds. And then without any further details the show comes to an abrupt end leaving the viewer wanting.

Another thing about the episode that seemed amiss - was one of the members on the posses, Toomey, did not even want to search for Mark. He even went as far to say that Mark was already as good as dead. Was not sure why they wasted time on things that had little, if any, to do with the situation.

The concept was an interesting story, the production was a waste. Agree with the others on this episode.

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