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Episode #1.3 

PG-13 | | Western | Episode aired 14 May 1996
After surrendering to the Mexican army, the expedition's captors march them across 500 miles of desert to New Mexico.

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Caleb Cobb
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Patricia Childress ...
Matilda Jane
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Major Laroche
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Buffalo Hump
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Shadrach
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Johnny Carthage
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Lady Lucinda Carey
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Kirker
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Emeralda
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Jimmy Tweed
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Wesley Buttons
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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 duke1029@aol.com

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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 »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Bigfoot Wallace: [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.
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