Yancy Derringer: Season 1, Episode 26

Fire on the Frontier (2 Apr. 1959)

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When renegades attack peaceful Pawnee villages, Pahoo, Yancy and Colorado Charlie travel to Washington, D.C. with John Colton's letter of introduction to try to enforce the terms of ... See full summary »

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Jock Mahoney ...
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X Brands ...
Noreen Nash ...
Agatha Colton
Kelly Thordsen ...
Dan Tobin ...
Alvin Watson
Charles Fredericks ...
Jack Dingo
Robert Carricart ...
Thaddeus Stevens
Tom Palmer ...
Hotel Clerk
Regina Gleason ...
Margot Chatham
Nesdon Booth ...
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When renegades attack peaceful Pawnee villages, Pahoo, Yancy and Colorado Charlie travel to Washington, D.C. with John Colton's letter of introduction to try to enforce the terms of government's treaty with the tribe. An administrator of the War Department, along with his gunrunning crony, attempt to obstruct Pahoo's mission by taking political, social and violent steps against him. Written by David Bassler

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Yancy Derringer: Mr. Colton, have you ever noticed the medal Pahoo wears?
John Colton: Yes.
Yancy Derringer: Well, it commemorates the treaty made by the United States and the Pawnee nation, the Table Creek Treaty. It was signed by the Great White Father - President Buchanan in 1857 - and it guaranteed the Pawnee nation the protection of the U.S. Army against the Cheyenne and Arapahoe.
John Colton: Pahoo, listen to me. Go back to your tribe, yes, have them appoint you their spokesman, then go back to Washington; demand your legal rights. Make the War ...
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