Josh rode hard and fast to reach the Albright Ranch based on an assignment offer of $1000. Damon Albright is glad to see he arrived so quickly as Josh asks what the job is. Damon responds that he wants Josh to marry his daughter at which point Josh is poised to leave until Damon pushes on with his request. Fifteen years earlier the Apaches under Victorio raided his ranch killing his wife and stealing his daughter Doris who was raised as an Apache princess. Damon has sent two men to reclaim her but they did not return. Based on information from the trader Yanqui Jones who has seen his daughter it is time for her to marry under Apache law. There is a three day period of peace in which Josh can vie for her hand. They might be married under Apache law but the marriage won't be recognized under white law. Josh and Jones ride to the Apache camp with four horses and two pack horses loaded with gifts. The brave Black Horse has tied his horse in front of her tepee and Victorio allows Josh to ... Written by
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Having "Josh Randell" strip to the waist, (in order to compete in Indian trials of speed and strength), provided Steve McQueen with his only bare-chest scene in the first season of this TV show. See more
White Antelope has been with the Apache for 16 years but still doesn't wear her hair Apache style. Also, she had long manicured finger nails. See more
White Antelope is Apache, and the Pinda La Coya shall not take her.
You know she's Albright's daughter.
That is true, but does your gun belong to the man who made it?