While on a surveying mission for the Continental Congress, Daniel and David get caught in the middle of a dispute between two women and a man bent on destroying their salt mine operation.

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William Wiard

Writer:

Merwin Gerard
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Fess Parker ... Daniel Boone
Charles Horvath ... Callaway
Paul Stader Paul Stader ... Williams
Charlie Picerni ... Weaver (as Charles Picerni)
Eddy Donno ... Coombs
Dick Winslow ... Jenkins
Joan Hackett ... Theodora
Bo Svenson ... Warren Haskins
Donna Baccala Donna Baccala ... Leslie
Jim Davis ... Scud Tumbrill
David Watson David Watson ... David Scott
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While on a surveying mission for the Continental Congress, Daniel and David get caught in the middle of a dispute between two women and a man bent on destroying their salt mine operation.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Back to the Salt Mines
31 May 2015 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

While on a mission for the Continental Congress, Dan (Fess Parker) and British-accented surveyor David Watson (as David Scott) stop at a ranch for some water. There, they meet attractive sisters Joan Hackett (as Theodora) and Donna Baccala (as Leslie). "Educated in Europe," and sporting what could either be a natural coonskin-cap hairstyle or a Beatle haircut, Mr. Watson seems interested, but there is no real romance between the foursome. However, and quite strangely, Ms. Hackett decides to make the men her slaves. She orders them to mine salt, at gunpoint. We later find out that Hackett has a beef with Bo Svenson (as Warren Haskins), who arrives to take over the villain role. This is an interesting change in the regular series' situation, but the story is too cartoonish and it doesn't even get started until halftime.

*** Daniel Boone: A Pinch of Salt (1969-05-01) William Wiard ~ Fess Parker, Joan Hackett, David Watson, Bo Svenson


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