Bow & arrow attack on Custer jails Pahoo, giving Yancy more reason to hate his equally foppish, former Civil War foe. Custer pooh-poohs Yancy's explanation that the weapons are from a ... See full summary »

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Robert McCord ...
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Capt. MacBain (as Roy Jensen)
Charlene James ...
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Gene Collins ...
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Bow & arrow attack on Custer jails Pahoo, giving Yancy more reason to hate his equally foppish, former Civil War foe. Custer pooh-poohs Yancy's explanation that the weapons are from a different tribe than Pahoo's Pawnees. Publicity-mad Custer is visiting New Orleans while on 1 year court-martial suspension, hoping to win support of the occupying Yankee military administrator for a quick return to frontier genocide. The lethal Pahoo's being a speech-impaired Native American puts him at a disadvantage to the fearless, cinnamon-hair-oiled General. Written by David Stevens

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5 March 1959 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Captain Fry: There's the Sultana, Mr. Administrator.
John Colton: Hmm, twenty minutes early.
Captain Fry: Well, you know Mr. Derringer put a new boiler in her.
John Colton: Captain Fry, I suspect she's faster not because of the new boiler, but because Captain Tom is anxious to get Custer off his hands and into mine.
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