Mackenzie's Raiders: Season 1, Episode 29

Joe Ironhat (1959)

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Joe Topanga returns to Fort Clark as the first member of his tribe to receive a formal education. Upon his return, he suffers prejudice from the white and ridicule from his fellow tribesman... See full summary »

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Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie
Dehl Berti ...
Joe Topanga
Anne Anderson ...
Angie Fleming
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Yellow Wolf
Robert Griffin ...
Mr. Fleming (as Robert E. Griffin)
Craig Duncan ...
Sergeant
Don Eitner ...
Cpl. Dixon
K.L. Smith ...
Corporal
Larry Chance ...
Indian
Art Gilmore ...
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Joe Topanga returns to Fort Clark as the first member of his tribe to receive a formal education. Upon his return, he suffers prejudice from the white and ridicule from his fellow tribesman. Duped by a former friend into joining his band of renegade Indians, Joe accidentally takes part in a robbery and is falsely accused of murder. Colonel Mackenzie attempts to clear Joe's name and bring the real killer to justice. Written by David Bassler

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murder | robbery | renegade | prejudice | hat | See more »

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