After surrendering to the Mexican army, the expedition's captors march them across 500 miles of desert to New Mexico. Attrition from disease, fatigue, thirst, and a murderous Apache named Gomez causes the numbers of both Texans and Mexicans to dwindle. Written by
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F. Murray Abraham, Harry Dean Stanton, Manuel Calderon, Jonathon Joss, and Hugo Urrutia are billed but do not appear in the episode. See more
During the Indian encounter, Lady Carey signs "Va Pensiero" from Verdi's opera
"Nabbuco". This opera was not written until 1842, after the date of the story. See more
[Speaking about the Apache
Oh, you put a bullet in the right place, they'll die the same as you and me. Their skins ain't the same color as ours, but their blood is just as red.