Not knowing the Civil War is long over, a Confederate battalion defends an isolated canyon, as Gil's drive approaches. Following the cattle drive is a U.S. cavalry squadron, dispatched to ...
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Not knowing the Civil War is long over, a Confederate battalion defends an isolated canyon, as Gil's drive approaches. Following the cattle drive is a U.S. cavalry squadron, dispatched to stop mysterious raids on local farms. The green, young cavalry don't know the raiders are CSA veterans who are well dug in and itchy for serious battle. The much older U.S. cavalry sergeant looks suspiciously familiar to drover Jim Quince, who fought under flamboyant rebel General Jeb Stuart.Written by
Season 3 begins with the Gil Favor cattle drive going through a place that called
Rojo Canyon that might serve as a shortcut. But what Eric Fleming and Sheb
Woolley who recommends the shortcut is that there is a dwindling troop of
Confederate cavalry who are using the place as a hideout headquarters and
raiding the local farms and ranches. And there's a squad of US cavalry come to
clean them out.
For a little light entertainment Julie London is passing through and she provides a show for the drovers and troopers. Her real life husband Bobby
Troup is with her as her husband/manager/accompaniest and depending on
his mood it's what hat he wears at a given time.
This was a good beginning for season 3.
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