Flint comes across four survivors of an Indian massacre, the two Ellison sisters and two Carder brothers. One of the sisters is deaf and mute. The brothers are the only survivors of their ... See full summary »

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Flint comes across four survivors of an Indian massacre, the two Ellison sisters and two Carder brothers. One of the sisters is deaf and mute. The brothers are the only survivors of their Army unit. The older brother, Joe, wants to desert and take advantage of the situation in order to break away and look for gold. The younger brother, George, is simple-minded and good-hearted but loyal to the older one who raised him. Flint tries to lead the four to safety, but Joe Carder tries to mislead the Ellison sisters into believing that Flint is leading them into danger. Written by anonymous

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7 June 1961 (USA)  »

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Don Rickles!
30 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the few straight bad guy roles Rickles played as opposed to his scathing personal appearances where he used insults in an hilarious manner to make so many of us laugh. Some people never understood his humor but I liked it. Here he is guest starring with one of my favorite character actors, Albert Salmi and they both shine. Salmi has been taught by Rickles character that he is somehow a dumb animal and it takes the love and admiration from some young people to make him realize he can be important to other people's lives with a bit of prodding by Flint McCullough of course. I've always been saddened by Salmi's suicide. He was respected among fellow actors and he gave me many moments of enjoyment in so many great performances. When I was growing up it seemed as if every TV series had either Salmi or Claude Akins in it. Anyway, this episode has both excitement and human warmth in a nice balance.


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