The Cannon family runs the High Chaparral Ranch in the Arizona Territory in 1870s. Big John wants to establish his cattle empire despite Indian hostility. He's aided by brother Buck and son... See full summary »
Unlike Fess Parker (6'5-1/2"), the real Daniel Boone was only about 5'8". See more »
Many times Boone interacts with the Cherokee while he is at Boonesborough. Boonesborough is in northern Kentucky, while the Cherokee were never closer than the southeastern tip of Tennessee. Boone did fight with the Cherokee during the French and Indian War from 1754-1763 when he lived in North Carolina. Boonesborough was founded in 1775 by Boone. See more »
I am very pleased with the with the whole series of Daniel Boone. The first and second seasons were package very nice with only 2 disc in a case and a lot of information about the episodes on it. However, when I received the third season, all the disc were in the same case, with very little information. I was disappointed in the packaging, but still pleased with the show itself.It seemed like they cheap ed out on us and are not providing the same quality as was in the beginning. I used to sit with my daddy and watch Daniel Boone way back when it first aired. It is the only show that I know of with the setting of the frontier in the early Revolutionary days. We often forget the sacrifice those people made for us. If there is any other show like it, please tell me. I just preordered the fourth season, and I hope the packaging is better. A great show to watch with your family!!!!!
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