Daniel Boone (1964–1970)
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After Daniel rescues a young black girl from a river, he and Mingo have their hands full returning her to her mother, who is part of a group of slaves heading to Canada and freedom.

Director:

Earl Bellamy

Writer:

David Duncan
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Fess Parker ... Daniel Boone
Ed Ames ... Mingo
Virginia Capers ... Elsie
Lila Perry Lila Perry ... Onatha
Robert DoQui ... Tom (as Bob Do Qui)
Davis Roberts ... Jim
Vic Tayback ... Hongas Hongas - Huron Indian Chief (as Victor Tayback)
Kim Hamilton ... Naomi
Raymond St. Jacques ... Nimrod
Alan Baxter ... John Ruth
Rayford Barnes ... Millard Church
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After Daniel rescues a young black girl from a river, he and Mingo have their hands full returning her to her mother, who is part of a group of slaves heading to Canada and freedom.

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Genres:

Adventure | Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 1966 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Actor Fess Parker as Boone says that he "don't believe in slavery". In real life, Boone owned slaves. See more »

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Factually wrong in so many ways, but still good
13 January 2020 | by MiketheWhistleSee all my reviews

First off, I checked whether the goof about the real Daniel Boone owning slaves was correct and it is. So again here's an episode that is factually wrong, but that's nothing new for this series. (Interestingly enough, Davey Crocket also owned slaves as so many errors in this series are because it was really meant to be about Crocket except Disney wouldn't license it.)

The other thing that is so wrong is Vic Tayback playing a Native American. But it was the 60s so to be expected.

Even with all that, this episode is good, has some really good laughs and filled with morals. Worth watching.


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