Centennial (1978–1979)
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The Scream of Eagles 

A magazine prepares to do a feature on the history of Centennial; the murder of Soren Sorenson is finally proved; Morgan Wendell and Paul Garrett face off in an election that may determine the future of Colorado's natural resources.

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Jim Lloyd
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Herman Bockweiss
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Clay Basket
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Alexander McKeag
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Pasquinel
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Colonel Frank Skimmerhorn
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Oliver Seccombe
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John Skimmerhorn
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Major Maxwell Mercy
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Sidney Endermann
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Levi Zendt
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Hans Brumbaugh
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Sheriff Axel Dumire
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A magazine prepares to do a feature on the history of Centennial; the murder of Soren Sorenson is finally proved; Morgan Wendell and Paul Garrett face off in an election that may determine the future of Colorado's natural resources.

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4 February 1979 (USA)  »

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Twenty-four years prior to this, David Janssen and Dennis Weaver had bit parts in the feature film Chief Crazy Horse (1955), another story that was sympathetic to Native Americans. See more »

Goofs

Paul Garrett continues to refers to Jim Lloyd as his great grandfather. Paul Garrett would have been the grandson of Jim Lloyd not the great grandson. See more »

Quotes

Professor Lewis Vernor: What's he running for?
Paul Garrett: Well, it's a new office. Commissioner of Resources and Priorities. The idea is to elect a person who'll help the governor make the right ecological and industrial choices.
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I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado
Sung by Merle Haggard
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